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Where to adjust Telnet and SSH connection and prompt timeout on NCM 7.7

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Updated October 3, 2017

Overview

On NCM 7.7, the option to adjust the Telnet and SSH Connection and Prompt timeout is has moved to a different location.

Environment

  • NCM 7.7

Detail

In NCM 7.6 and earlier, Telnet and SSH Prompt Timeout settings were located in Settings > All Settings > NCM Settings > Protocol Settings. 

In NCM 7.7 and later:

  1. Choose Settings > All Settings.
  2. Under Product Specific Settings, choose CLI Settings.

 

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