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Sam Brynes
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How to change SSH idle timeout on Cisco WLC AP?

I have an AP joined to a Cisco WLC 2504 controller. I'm running a few debug commands on the AP directly, but the idle timeout period is way too short. Is there a way to change the SSH idle timeout either temporarily or permanently on the AP?

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Hi Sam,

 

Since AP managed by WLC, your configuration done on AP itself will not be saved. So when AP reboots configs you do will be lost.

 

You can issue "debug capwap console cli" on your AP CLI first & then issue that command

 

HTH

Rasika

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balaji.bandi
VIP Guru

Session time out.

AP(config)#line vty 0 15
AP(config-line)#session-timeout ?
<0-35791> Session timeout interval in minutes
AP(config-line)#session-timeout 30
Idle time out

AP(config-line)#exec-timeout 30

thanks to @rashika

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Looks like the "config t" command doesn't work on LWAPPs joined to a Cisco WLC:

 

AP#config t
^
% Invalid input detected at '^' marker.

AP#

what is the model of WAP ?

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Hi Sam,

 

Since AP managed by WLC, your configuration done on AP itself will not be saved. So when AP reboots configs you do will be lost.

 

You can issue "debug capwap console cli" on your AP CLI first & then issue that command

 

HTH

Rasika

*** Pls rate all useful responses *** 

 

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