cisco timeout h225 fwsm command

I have a question about how this works: the "timeout" command.

Specifically for H225 messages. Is it listening for port 1720 after a TCP connection and then checking to see that a message is being sent or that thee is a reply? I mean when does the clock start and then stop?

What if a call stay's up for a long time and the TCP session stays up (persistently) does this mean the FWSM will just tear it down after a period of inactivity?

The documentation in the Command reference guide is not very good on this.

Hopefully someone here has played with this.

Thanks for any tips.


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Increase h225 timeout , default is one hour.

set timeout value for h225 to 5 hours,

pix# timeout h225 5:0:0

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