which, according to the doc is a problem on the host (see below).
Does anyone know a command that is able to increase this subchannel timeout interval ? The problem is that I have to restart all my subchannels throu a Shut/no Shut of the CIP2, otherwise the router will not try the connection to that specific subchannel again.
Explanation This subchannel has been inactive for longer than the subchannel timeout interval. Most likely the host has been halted or the virtual
telecommunications access method (VTAM) has been terminated by a Z NET, CANCEL command.
Recommended Action Restart the virtual telecommunications access method (VTAM)/HOST and activate the Cisco Multipath Channel (CMPC)-Transmission
Unfortunately, the answer to your question is no, there is no way to incease this timeout period. Basically you should neve see it occur if everything is running normally on the host. Terminating VTAM with a Z NET,CANCEL is not exactly a recommended procedure.
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