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    aaa timeout

    Syntax

    To set the default idle timeout:

    aaa timeout idle idleTimeout

    no aaa timeout idle

    To set the default session timeout:

    aaa timeout session sessionTimeout

    no aaa timeout session

    To enable monitoring of only ingress traffic for the configured idle timeout period:

    aaa timeout idle ingress-only

    no aaa timeout idle [ ingress-only ]

    Release Information

    Command introduced before JunosE Release 7.1.0.

    ingress-only keyword added in JunosE Release 9.3.0.

    Description

    Sets the default idle timeout or session timeout for B-RAS PPP users, and optionally enables the PPP application to monitor only ingress traffic for the configured idle timeout period to determine whether to disconnect an inactive PPP session. The no version restores the idle timeout or session timeout to its default value, 0 seconds, and disables ingress-only traffic monitoring for idle timeout if configured. Restoring the session timeout to the default value causes the B-RAS PPP session to remain active for an infinite lifetime.

    Note: To enable ingress-only traffic monitoring for the idle timeout period by issuing the aaa timeout idle ingress-only command, you must also set the idle timeout value by issuing the aaa timeout idle command.

    Options

    • idleTimeout—In seconds, 300–86400
    • sessionTimeout—Time in the range 60–31622400 seconds (that is, a minimum of 1 minute to a maximum of 366 days); the router terminates the user session once the maximum session timeout is reached, which means that the duration of a PPP or an L2TP user session cannot exceed 366 days
    • ingress-only—Enables PPP to monitor only ingress traffic for the configured idle timeout period to determine whether to disconnect an inactive PPP session; if you do not specify the ingress-only keyword, PPP monitors both ingress traffic and egress traffic for the idle timeout period to determine inactivity and subsequent disconnection of an inactive PPP session

    Mode

    Global Configuration

    Published: 2014-08-14