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I've been looking around StackOverflow and it seems that SSH connections will disconnect when it doesn't see any packets for a while (2 hours?). Also, I looked in my
/etc/ssh/ssh_config file and there doesn't seem to be anything there that would persist my current connection.
My question is: Even after 48 hours, why would an SSH connection persist? (my computer is turned off, but the server that I SSH to is presumably still online)