I have a suggestion concerning dialer idle timeouts; is anyone from Cisco Engineering listening?
I know that the idle-timeout can be restarted by incoming or outgoing packets according to an argument in the dialer idle-timeout command.
What I would really like is to set a timeout according to whether I dialled the call or the other end dialled the call. If I made the call, I don't want to keep the line idle more than 30 seconds, 'cos I'm paying for it. If the other end made the call, I don't care how long he keeps the line open, 'cos he's paying for it.
Would anyone else find this useful? Is anyone from Cisco Engineering listening?
Sorry, but this isn't quite what I was after (unless I have misunderstood, which is always possible). I understand that this keeps the line open regardless of the direction of the traffic.
But what I was really looking for was a different timeout depending on who opened the line in the first place. Either end can initiate the call. But if I initiated the call, I want to chop it after 30 seconds of idle. If my partner initiated the call, he can keep it open as long as he likes.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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