xfer-timeout NcFTPd general.cf file configuration
Don't forget to restart NcFTPd after modifying the general.cf file.

This allows you to control how long the server should wait idle for a block of data from the remote client before it consider the connection irrecoverably lost. This timeout exists to prevent the server from waiting indefinitely if the remote client locks up or loses the connection.

The value is specified in seconds, and must be greater than zero.  This timeout value should be relatively large to account for the TCP window of transmission.

Other timeout values you can configure are the connection establishment timeout (conn-timeout) and the control connection idle timeout (idle-timeout).


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