Do S series switches support the idle timeout function for non-administrator users

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The idle timeout function forces a user offline if the user does not generate any traffic within a specified period.
Currently, S series switches support the idle timeout function for administrators but not non-administrator users. To configure the idle timeout function, run the following command:
[HUAWEI] user-interface console 0
[HUAWEI-ui-console0] idle-timeout 1 30

Other related questions:
Why the idle-timeout parameter configured in the user view on an S series switch does not take effect
The idle-timeout parameter configured on an S series switch (except the S1700 switch) specifies how long the system waits to disconnect an online user if the user does not perform any operation. If a user does not perform any operation in a specified period, the system disconnects the user to release resources. Configure the idle-timeout parameter using either of the following methods: �?Run the local-user user-name idle-timeout minutes [ seconds ] command in the AAA view. �?Run the idle-timeout minutes [ seconds ] command in the user view. The idle-timeout parameter set in the AAA view has a higher priority than that set in the user view. Therefore, the idle-timeout parameter set in the user view does not take effect because the idle-timeout parameter has been set in the AAA view.

Do S series switches support GRE
The following models and versions of S series switches excluding the S1700 support GRE VPN: -Model- -Starting Version - S5710EI V200R003 (V200R006 and later versions do not support the S5710EI.) S5700HI V200R003 (V200R006 and later versions do not support the S5700HI.) S5710HI V200R003 (V200R006 and later versions do not support the S5710HI.) S5720EI V200R007C00 (V200R007C10 and later versions do not support the S5720EI.) S5720HI V200R006 S6300EI V200R005 (V200R006 and later versions do not support the S6300EI.) S6320EI V200R008 S7700 V100R003 S9700 V200 R001 S12704 V200R008 S12708/S12712 V200R005 S9300 V100R002 S9300E V200R002 Modular switches (S7700/S9700/S9300/S12700) have the following limitations: - SA series cards (excluding the ET1D2X12SSA0 card) do not support the GRE function. - In V200R005, X1E series cards and the XGE interface connecting ACU2/ET1D2IPS0S00/ET1D2FW00S00/ET1D2FW00S01/ET1D2FW00S02/LE1D2FW00S01 card do not support the GRE function. - In V200R006 and later versions, if the tunnel interface is configured with the service link function, the tunnel type, source address, and destination address configured on this interface cannot be modified.

Do S series switches support RADIUS server functions
S series switches can only function as RADIUS clients but not RADIUS servers.

Whether the S-series switches support non-equivalent load balancing
S series switch load sharing is generally equivalent load sharing, can not achieve non-equivalent load sharing. If you want non-equivalent load balancing, you can only force certain data streams to go through the specified next hop by policy routing.

Why the idle-timeout parameter configured in the user interface view does not take effect
The idle-timeout parameter specifies how long the system waits to disconnect an online user if the user does not perform any operation. If a user does not perform any operation in a specified period, the system disconnects the user to release resources. Set the idle-timeout parameter for the users who go online through AAA local authentication in either of the following ways: Run the local-user user-name idle-timeout minutes [ seconds ] command in the AAA view. Run the idle-timeout minutes [ seconds ] command in the user interface view. By default, a user is disconnected if the user does not perform any operation within 10 minutes. The idle-timeout parameter set in the AAA view has a higher priority than that set in the user interface view. Therefore, the idle-timeout parameter set in the user interface view does not take effect because the idle-timeout parameter has been set in the AAA view.

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