zli. The shell terminal runs in the BastionZero SaaS. This provides users the ability to run a long-lived shell connection, like during a database migration, without concern for keeping the end user's device active. Idle shell connections are maintained by BastionZero for up seven days or until the user or administrator closes them. Future versions of BastionZero will provide the administrator the ability to control this time frame.
zli. When a user logs out of BastionZero, all SSH tunnels are terminated. In addition, if a user's authentication token is invalidated by the SSO provider for any reason (like a 1 hour
ID_tokenexpiration), SSH tunnels will also be invalidated.
zli, and like SSH Tunnels, the native TCP connection is terminated by a user logout or SSO token expiration.
keepaliveacross the websocket. This
keepaliveis used to determine whether the target is online or offline by the BastionZero SaaS. If a target goes offline no new connection attempts are made and all existing connections are closed.