User cannot log backin after session drops connection

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iSeries 820
Session time
we recently changed our system value to yes on limit device sessions. Since then we are experiencing problems with users logging back in after the session drops. When they try to log back on they get a message stating reached session limit. Looking at the wrkactjob you can see that the user is still active. Anyone know how to correct this

Software/Hardware used:
iseries 8203. v6r1

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  • TomLiotta
    ...after the session drops. The problem starts there. If that's handled better by the system, the whole problem becomes smaller. What has been the cause of drops? (Are errors seen in logs? ...in the QTCP message queue?) What corrective actions have been taken? Do you use 'named' devices or QPADEVxxx devices? Tom
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  • jinteik
    is there any firewall before going into the as400 too?
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