sdlcLSOperRETRIESt - sdlc Link Stations Operation RETRIE St - rfc1747

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sdlc Link Stations Operation RETRIE St

This object reflects the current interval (in 1/100ths of a second) between retry sequences for an SDLC link station if multiple retry sequences are specified. A retry sequence is a series of retransmitted frames ( data or control) for which no positive acknowledgement is received. The object descriptor contains the name of an NCP configuration parameter, RETRIESt. Please note that the value of this object represents 1/100ths of a second while the NCP RETRIESt is represented in seconds. The current number of repeated retries sequences is reflected by the object: sdlcLSOperRETRIESn. The current retries per sequence is reflected by the object: sdlcLSOperRETRIESm.

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