./rsautil store -a update_config ims.trust.via.read_timeout number GLOBAL
where number is the new timeout value in milliseconds. For example, type 45000 to change the timeout value to 45 seconds.
Note:Make sure that the authentication agents use a timeout value that is greater than the value configured for RSA Authentication Manager.
Press ENTER. You are prompted for the required options.
When prompted, enter your Operations Console administrator User ID, and press ENTER.
When prompted, enter your Operations Console administrator password, and press ENTER.
The timeout value is updated.
Note:Although it is possible to enter the Operations Console administrator password on the command line, this creates a potential security vulnerability. RSA recommends that you enter passwords only when the utility presents a prompt.
Close the SSH client. Type exit and press ENTER.
Flush the cache to remove the previous timeout value from memory:
In the Operations Console, click Maintenance > Flush Cache.
If prompted, enter your Super Admin User ID and password, and click OK.
Under Flush Cache, select Flush specific cache objects.
Wait for 30 seconds for the primary instance to load the new timeout value.