making ssh connections persistent
I have the same problem, I ended up resolving it by setting the following
This forces SSH to send traffic around every 30 seconds if it's idle,
keeping my work's firewall happy.
Kamaraju S Kusumanchi <email@example.com> wrote:
> I often use ssh to access other computers at school. However, I can't make
> these connections persistent. If there is no activity (say in 20 minutes),
> the ssh connection just freezes up. As a result, I have to kill all the
> gvim, xterm windows opened from that terminal. This is very annoying if I
> am coding something.
> Is it possible to make ssh connections which do not freeze even if there is
> no activity for a while?
> Kamaraju S Kusumanchi
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