Timeout value specifies how many seconds must pass
without any activity between wodTelnetDLX and remote server
before wodTelnetDLX will autodisconnect from it.
Autodisconnect is a measure of protection so there are no
'ghost' connections made between you and remote
server. If you don't want autodisconnection to occur,
set Timeout property to 0.
Timeout can be changed during a lifetime of a
connection. You shouldn't set it below 120 (2 minutes)
if you're on slow network connection.
When working in Blocking mode (COM
version only!), Timeout determines total number of
seconds that Receive
(or any blocking method) will wait for data to be received. If data is not
received, error will be generated but the connection will
not be closed.