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From: David Claessens (david.claessenspandora.be)
Date: Thu Aug 09 2001 - 11:10:25 CDT
I don't know of any sshd connection time-out settings (I think there are no such
settings) but in bash if the TMOUT environment variable is set to a non-zero value
this is interpretted as the number of seconds after which a root-login is
automatically logged off if no input is received. In any case I think it's more of an
environment-setting-issue than an sshd-config-issue.
Hope this helps,
Shoshana Rosenthal wrote:
> I previously sent the following messages
> My RedHat 7.1 system running OpenSSH_2.5.2p2 disconnects
> after a random time when I am connected to it remotely via ssh.
> Is it a autologout problem, is there anyway to turn it off.
> I haven't received any responses. I have more information now
> that might help an ssh expert identify the problem.
> A remote ssh connection disconnects exactly after 1hour where as a
> remote telnet connection remain connected indefinitely. Is there a SSH
> parameter that sets connect time?
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