Media Flow Controller Web-Based Interface : Service Config Tab : Service Config > Delivery Network

Service Config > Delivery Network
Set global network connection parameters; they may be overridden by a defined virtual player.
Network Connection
These options are set in the CLI with the network connection commands. See Figure 70.
Connection Idle Timeout (sec)—The socket idle time out in seconds; this is the time the network waits before closing the connection due to data inactivity. This applies to the client (Media Flow Controller inbound) and the origin server (Media Flow Controller outbound) connections.
Connection Max-Bandwidth (kbps)—Set the maximum bandwidth for a session. The actual session bandwidth is between the network connection assured-flow-rate and this value. Even if there is available bandwidth in the link, Media Flow Controller does not allocate more than this value for a session. When there is a full download, Media Flow Controller tries to allocate this value to the session. Important! You must have the Media Flow Controller license installed to change the default (200 kbps without the license).
Connection Concurrent Sessions—Set a limit on concurrent sessions in Media Flow Controller. Default is 5000; maximum allowed is 40,000. Important! You must have the Media Flow Controller license installed to change the default (10 without the license).
Connection Assured Flow Rate (kbps)—Set the assured flow rate (AFR) for any connection. AFR is the minimum rate at which a connection is allowed to exist in the system. Connections usually get a bandwidth between this and the connection max-bandwidth setting. Default is 0 (zero), means Media Flow Controller best effort. Note that AFR is disabled by default; if needed, you can enable it with these configurations or with a virtual-player configuration.
Figure 70 Service Config > Delivery Network Page Detail (Network Connection)

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