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RE: no-llc vs inactivity dlsw dynamic peer posted 11/19/2002
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TCP connections can be configured to terminate after a specific period
of idle time (inactivity option) or after a specific period of no active
llc sessions (no-llc option). These options are mutually exclusive of
each other. Using the inactivity option could bring down a quiet SNA
session that is still active.

Cheers...Gary

-----Original Message-----
From: Scott Livingston [mailto:scottl@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] 
Sent: Tuesday, November 19, 2002 4:15 PM
To: ccielab@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Cc: scottl@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: no-llc vs inactivity dlsw dynamic peer


HMMMMMM?
 
So I am working the FatKid.com lab '441 Advanced DLSw' and I am looking
at #6.  The solution used was 'inactivity' and I used 'no-llc' for the
dynamic option.  So the question I have is; when do I use no-llc vs
inactivity?
 
Thank You!
Scott