We know about the inactivity time-out on the FTP server. But there are three other time-outs that can be set, one...
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for the iSeries FTP server, and two for the iSeries FTP client.
The TIME server subcommand can specify one or two time-outs. The first (required) is the inactivity time-out and is the same as the time-out set with the INACTTIMO parameter of the CHGFTPA command. The second is called the transfer time-out. This is how long the server waits on the client on the data connection. Defaults are 300 for the inactivity time-out -- 420 for the transfer time-out.
It is also possible to change client time-outs, using the debug subcommand. As with the server, there are two time-outs. The first is for the control connection. It sets how long the client waits for server replies. The second is for the data connection. This one sets how long the client waits for a response on the data connection. Defaults are 600 and 420 seconds, respectively.
To set the inactivity time-out of an iSeries FTP server to 15 minutes:
QUOTE TIME 900
To set both the inactivity and transfer time-outs of an iSeries FTP server to 15 minutes:
QUOTE TIME 900 900
To set the inactivity time-out of an iSeries FTP client to 15 minutes:
DEBUG T1 900
To set the transfer time-out of an iSeries FTP client to 15 minutes:
DEBUG T2 900
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