Configuring Timers for Session Reactivation (SRC CLI)

If a service session fails unexpectedly, the SAE tries to start the session again in the background. You can change how many times the SAE tries to activate the session and the interval between these attempts. In most instances, you do not need to change the default values.

Use the following configuration statements to configure background session reactivation behavior

shared sae configuration service-activation {retry-time retry-time ; retry-limit retry-limit ;}

To configure session reactivation behavior:

  1. From configuration mode, access the service activation statements.
    user@host# edit shared sae configuration service-activation
  2. Configure the number of times the SAE tries to activate a service session if activation fails or to deactivate a service session if deactivation fails.
    [edit shared sae configuration service-activation] user@host# set retry-limit retry-limit
  3. Configure the time between attempts to activate a service session if activation fails or to deactivate a service session if deactivation fails.
    [edit shared sae configuration service-activation] user@host# set retry-time retry-time
  4. (Optional) Verify your configuration.
    [edit shared sae configuration service-activation]
    user@host# show 
    retry-time 60;
    retry-limit -1;

 

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