Putty. This guide explains how to avoid disconnection for timeout after connecting.
Putty is a Windows client that lets you connect in SSH, RAW, Telnet, Rlogin, or serial mode.
This client is very useful and I find it very useful because it provides you with a clean interface and a copy and paste system that I appreciate a lot.
First you need to connect to the server with putty, then click on the icon on the top left to open the context menu. Then choose “Change Settings”. You will open a window similar to the window you used to connect.
In this window at the bottom left choose “Connection” and inside the text box with the name “Seconds Between Keepalive” (0 tu turn off) you have to enter the number “1”.
Click the “Apply” button and for this connection you will not be disconnected because of inactivity.
If you still have any doubts about how to do it and I should not have been clear, you can see this short putty video that shows you how to do it. If you still have any doubt, do not hesitate to comment on this article or video.