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ClientReconnectDuration
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How long to attempt ECP reconnection before giving up.
Synopsis
[ECP]   ClientReconnectDuration=n
Description
The value n is the number of seconds an Application Server (ECP client) should keep trying to reestablish a connection before giving up or declaring the connection failed. The Application Server (ECP client) continues reconnection attempts at intervals scheduled by the ClientReconnectInterval until the full ClientReconnectDuration expires.
Examples
ClientReconnectDuration=1200
Range of Values
10–65535 seconds. The default is 1200 seconds (20 minutes).
Management Portal
On the page System Administration > Configuration > Connectivity > ECP Settings, in the This System as an ECP Application Server column, edit Time to wait for recovery


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