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KB23445 - What is the functionality of the HTTP Connection Timeout option

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Last Modified Date8/2/2015 6:17 PM
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This article provides information about the functionality of the HTTP Connection Timeout option.
 
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Information about the functionality of the HTTP Connection Timeout option.
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Go to Users > User Role, select the specific role, go to  Web > Options, click View advanced options; HTTP Connection Timeout is displayed as a separate section:





The following image illustrates the HTTP response header:





As per the first image, you can specify the  value, which is a minimum of 30 seconds to a maximum of 1800 seconds. PCS will wait for the specific time value mentioned in the device for the server response. If there is no response from server, within the specified time, PCS will then terminate the session.

Image 2 illustrates a sample Header response, which contains the Keep-Alive timeout value. This value is set in the Back end server; you cannot change the value via the PCS device.

For example, when you access Google.com, the Response header contains the information; which is set by the Google administrator. Similarly, if you access any internal web server, the value needs to be set in backend server and not in the PCS device.
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