Subject: Re: Question about ssh, tcp, and screen
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Onno Ebbinge <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 09/22/2005 11:10:26
Do you guys have "KeepAlive" on?
A statefull firewall has timeouts on state table entries, keep alives shoul=
reset them so they never time out.
On 9/22/05, antonio larripa <email@example.com> wrote:
> I use to start this little script manually or from my
> while true;
> echo $i;
> do sleep 120;
> (( i +=3D 2 ));
> This works for me, even if the server part does not
> have x installed. My timeout is 2 minutes due som FW
> Reg /T
> --- "Christopher W. Richardson" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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> > Hey folks,
> > This has been bugging me for at least a year now
> > (maybe much
> > longer, but I don't want to trust my memory that
> > much). It's
> > been low priority, but I have a few minutes, so I
> > thought I'd
> > ask.
> > It is very common practice for me to have to ssh
> > sessions up
> > between my laptop at home and my work workstation.
> > Typically,
> > one of these is just a terminal, and the other is a
> > terminal
> > running screen. Inevitably, if I leave it over
> > night, the one in
> > which screen is running has disconnected (and the
> > other one
> > hasn't). Like I said, it's not a huge deal at all,
> > since screen
> > is running; more of just a curiosity. What gives?
> > Any ideas?
> > The machine at home is running Windows and using
> > putty as the ssh
> > client. The one at work has been running various
> > versions of
> > NetBSD i386 from 1.6 to 2.0.2_STABLE.
> > Thanks,
> > Chris
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