Which command is used to set the auto-dial interval

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The dialer timer autodial seconds command is used to set the auto-dial interval.


seconds specifies the auto-dial interval. The value is an integer that ranges from 1 to 604800, in seconds. By default, the auto-dial interval is 300 seconds.
NOTE:
Before using the dialer timer autodial seconds command, ensure that the C-DCC function has been enabled by the dialer enable-circular command.

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