This command sets the time, in minutes, after which an active CLI session times out and disconnects.
Be aware that the new session timeout value becomes effective immediately for a new CLI session; however, active sessions retain their original timeout value. Also the show cli session timeout command reflects the new value, even if the current session does not use that value.
Note This setting gets preserved through a software upgrade and does not get reset to the default value.
set cli session timeout minutes
minutes specifies the time, in minutes, that can elapse before an active CLI session times out and disconnects.
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