LDAP Server Profile - Retry Interval clarification

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LDAP Server Profile - Retry Interval clarification

In configuring an LDAP server profile there is an option labled, "Retry Interval" 

 

I understand that the default retry interval is 60- but what does this do ? if I had 2 or more LDAP servers in this profile, would it cycle through each of them instantly and then sit and wait for the interval to pass before retrying them sequentially again ?

 

related doc isnt too clear, https://docs.paloaltonetworks.com/pan-os/9-1/pan-os-web-interface-help/device/device-server-profiles...


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@kdruet,

 

Retry Interval determines the interval after which the firewall will try to send request to the same LDAP server after the earlier auth request was failed. Normally Retry Interval value is set to the highest among other values.



Mayur S.

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@kdruet,

 

Retry Interval determines the interval after which the firewall will try to send request to the same LDAP server after the earlier auth request was failed. Normally Retry Interval value is set to the highest among other values.



Mayur S.

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