Entend maximum time of one VPN connection session

Posted on 2008-06-09
Last Modified: 2010-04-12
Hey experts,

I am using Cisco VPN Client, and I am always getting disconnected after 4 hours.
Is there anyway for me to do to keep the connection time longer?

As I understand, there are two types of Time-Out set for a VPN user session,
Idle-Timeout (e.g.0.5 hr) and Maximum Session-Timeout (4 hr in my case).  
What I want to solve is the latter one.  

Do you have good suggestion on that?

Question by:Chelsey08
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arnold earned 500 total points
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You have to check what the settings are on the ASA to which you are presumably connecting.  It could be configured to only allow a 4 hour connection.

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