TCP or UDP timeout values for app-id

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TCP or UDP timeout values for app-id

I want to know if there is a major impact on PAN firewalls/hardware CPU or disk space if I change the timeout values of certian app-id like stun or cisco-spark-audio-video, rtcp ? My cusotmer had an issue with Spark wherein the presentation & video stream of Cisco Spark was not working. I changed the udp timeout of stun from default (300 sec) to 500 sec & it works fines now. 

 

I do understand  it will have some impact on firewall processes but is this something I should consult with TAC or is there a KB article which can help me understand the impact ? 

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