Method used to configure the timeout interval of L2TP users on the AR

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The timeout interval of L2TP users can be configured using the local-user <user-name> idle-timeout <minutes> [ seconds ] command. For example, the timeout interval of user1 is 30 minutes.
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Method used to configure L2TP users logout on the AR
The methods of enabling the L2TP users to logout are as follows: when all users of L2TP tunnel go offline, 1. Run the display l2tp tunnel [ tunnel-item | tunnel-name ] command in any view to check tunnel ID that needs to be disconnected or the remote tunnel name.2. Run the reset l2tp tunnel { peer-name | } command in the user view to disconnect the tunnel forcibly according to local tunnel ID or remote tunnel name. As a result, all users on the tunnel go offline.When a L2TP user goes offline, 1. Run the display l2tp session [ destination-ip | session-item | source-ip ] command in any view to check the local session ID that needs to be disconnected according to remote IP address. 2. Run the reset l2tp session session-id

How do I configure the timeout interval for a user connection on a WLAN device
If a user does not perform any operation after logging in to a WLAN device, the user interface is always occupied, resulting in a waste of resources. In this case, run the idle-timeout minutes [seconds] command in the user interface view. After this command is executed, the system automatically disconnects idle users connected for a long time. You are advised to set the timeout interval to 10�?5 minutes. If AAA authentication is configured and the local-user idle-timeout command is executed in the AAA view to configure the timeout interval of a user disconnection, the timeout interval configured in the AAA view has a higher priority than that configured in the user view. If the timeout interval for a user disconnection is not configured in the AAA view or the undo local-user idle-timeout command is executed, the timeout interval configured in the user view using the idle-timeout command takes effect. For example, set the timeout interval to 1 minute and 30 seconds. system-view [HUAWEI] user-interface console 0 [HUAWEI-ui-console0] idle-timeout 1 30 //By default, a user is disconnected if the user does not perform any operation within 10 minutes.

How long is the timeout interval of the AR router after users log in
By default, the timeout interval of the AR router is 5 minutes. The AR router supports the timeout interval. The procedure is as follows: 1. Run the idle-timeout minutes [ seconds ] command in the user view to set the timeout interval of disconnection. 2. If AAA authentication is configured, you need to run the local-user < user-name > idle-timeout < minutes > [ < seconds > ] command in the AAA view after running the idle-timeout command to enable disconnection of idle users. After the configuration is complete, the system can disconnect the user from the VTY interface when the timeout interval expires. You are advised to set the timeout interval to 10-15 minutes in the user interface. Note: To disable the disconnection function in the user interface, run the idle-timeout 0 command. If the idle disconnection function is not enabled for VTY users, other users may fail to use idle connections.

How to set the timeout interval of the connection on an AR
You can set the timeout interval of the connection on an AR through the command line. By default, the timeout interval of the connection is 5 minutes. You can also set the timeout interval through the command line. The procedure is as follows: For example, if you want to set the timeout interval to 9 minutes and 30 seconds, run the idle-timeout command in the user interface view: [Huawei] user-interface console 0 [Huawei-ui-console0] idle-timeout 9 30 Note: If the timeout interval is set to 0, the system does not automatically terminate the connection unless the user manually disconnects it.

Method used to configure L2TP over IPSec on the AR
L2TP over IPSec can be used to ensure secure communication between the branch and headquarters. This function is applicable to all versions and models of AR series routers. L2TP over IPSec can be used to ensure secure communication between the LAC and LNS. For details, see Configuration Guide-VPN.

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