Step 8 Configure a maximum amount of time for VPN connections, using the vpn-session-timeout command in group-policy configuration mode or in username configuration mode. hostname (config-group-policy)# vpn-session-timeout { minutes | none} The minimum time is 1 minute, and the maximum time is 35791394 minutes. There is no default value.

vpn-idle-timeout 30 = the amount of time the vpn connection is idle ie. no activity seen on the tunnel, before it is disconnected. vpn-session-timeout 900 = the amount of time the VPN tunnel is allowed to stay up regardless of whether there is activity or not. Both times are in minutes. Steps to troubleshooting VPN timeout causes Step 1. Assess the user First, determine the user's location. If users are allowed to connect to the VPN from anywhere Step 2. Assess the vendor If the user's internet connection isn't the issue, the next step is to ensure the VPN vendor Step 3. Session time-out. If you enable this setting, Citrix Gateway disconnects the session if no network activity is detected for the specified interval. This setting is enforced for users who connect with the Citrix Gateway plug-in, Receiver, Secure Hub, or through a web browser. Step 8 Configure a maximum amount of time for VPN connections, using the vpn-session-timeout command in group-policy configuration mode or in username configuration mode. hostname (config-group-policy)# vpn-session-timeout { minutes | none} The minimum time is 1 minute, and the maximum time is 35791394 minutes. There is no default value. Session Timeouts. TCP Settings. configure global settings related to the firewall establishing a VPN session. The following table describes the settings.

Session tokens (and encryption keys) expire after a configurable amount of time, 24 hours by default. Session tokens expire automatically when left unused for a while, 5 minutes by default. Session tokens expire immediately when the user gracefully disconnects the VPN tunnel with Connect Client over XML-RPC.

Session tokens (and encryption keys) expire after a configurable amount of time, 24 hours by default. Session tokens expire automatically when left unused for a while, 5 minutes by default. Session tokens expire immediately when the user gracefully disconnects the VPN tunnel with Connect Client over XML-RPC.

vpn-idle-timeout 30 = the amount of time the vpn connection is idle ie. no activity seen on the tunnel, before it is disconnected. vpn-session-timeout 900 = the amount of time the VPN tunnel is allowed to stay up regardless of whether there is activity or not. Both times are in minutes.

Session time-out. If you enable this setting, Citrix Gateway disconnects the session if no network activity is detected for the specified interval. This setting is enforced for users who connect with the Citrix Gateway plug-in, Receiver, Secure Hub, or through a web browser. Step 8 Configure a maximum amount of time for VPN connections, using the vpn-session-timeout command in group-policy configuration mode or in username configuration mode. hostname (config-group-policy)# vpn-session-timeout { minutes | none} The minimum time is 1 minute, and the maximum time is 35791394 minutes. There is no default value. Session Timeouts. TCP Settings. configure global settings related to the firewall establishing a VPN session. The following table describes the settings. Session tokens (and encryption keys) expire after a configurable amount of time, 24 hours by default. Session tokens expire automatically when left unused for a while, 5 minutes by default. Session tokens expire immediately when the user gracefully disconnects the VPN tunnel with Connect Client over XML-RPC.