What is the difference between vpn-idle-timeout and vpn-session-timeout?
I have some users going through an 5520, and their session gets dropped at some point in the evening, rather than staying active until they disconnect. The config is set for:
What is the difference in these 2? Does one override the other? Looking at these settings, I would think the session would drop after 30 minutes of inactivity, however, in another firewall, the config is set to:
and they don't ever get dropped.
Any suggestions? I need the vpn in the first config to not timeout overnight. Thanks, Tony
Re: What is the difference between vpn-idle-timeout and vpn-sess
Now you are asking :-). From memory i believe these settings are negotiated when a client first connects so if you change them it should only effect new connections and should not reset existing connections.
But i wouldn't want to bet my house on it, so if you could do during quiet time it would be best.
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