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SAPOSS RFC - Problem with saprouter

Dear all,

We do have a problem to start SAPOSS RFC from all SAP systems.

We do have an issue related to our saprouter.

Our environnement :

1. S00 is our SAP Solution Manager system (as example)

2. atd-saprouter is the server where the saprouter runs

3. We are using sapserv2 194.39.131.34

4. We have configured a SNC connection.

1. From atd-saprouter to S00 (Solman), the connection works

telnet ...

2. From S00 (Solman) to atd-saprouter, the connection works.

3. SAP can login to our S00. We have opened an R/3 connection in S00 and SAP is able to logued on to S00.

4. We have re-installed the sap certificate with sapgenpse. It works.

Info :

1. To start the saprouter, we are using the following command :

./saprouter -r -G sap-rtt.toto.ch.log -S 3299 -K "p:CN=sap-att.toto.ch, OU=0002273377, OU=SAProuter, O=SAP, C=DE"

2. Content of sap-rtt.toto.ch.log

Tue Mar 15 14:00:31 2011 INIT LOGFILE

Tue Mar 15 14:00:31 2011 READ ROUTTAB ./saprouttab o.k.

Tue Mar 15 14:00:52 2011 CONNECT FROM C1/- host 10.120.140.245/45161 (slv0745v)

Tue Mar 15 14:00:52 2011 CONNECT TO S1/2 host 194.39.131.34/sapdp99 (194.39.131.34) (p:CN=sapserv2, OU=SAProuter, O=SAP, C=DE)

Tue Mar 15 14:00:52 2011 DISCONNECT S1/2 host 194.39.131.34/3299 (194.39.131.34)

Tue Mar 15 14:22:06 2011 CONNECT FROM C1/- host 10.120.140.246/39760 (totoslt0807v)

Tue Mar 15 14:22:06 2011 CONNECT TO S1/2 host 194.39.131.34/sapdp99 (194.39.131.34) (p:CN=sapserv2, OU=SAProuter, O=SAP, C=DE)

Tue Mar 15 14:22:06 2011 DISCONNECT S1/2 host 194.39.131.34/3299 (194.39.131.34)

3. Here you have the saprroutab content :

KT "p:CN=sapserv2, OU=SAProuter, O=SAP, C=DE" 194.39.131.34 *

KP "p:CN=sapserv2, OU=SAProuter, O=SAP, C=DE" * *

P * * *

4. dev_rout content file

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trc file: "dev_rout", trc level: 1, release: "700"

-


Tue Mar 15 14:00:31 2011

SAP Network Interface Router, Version 38.10

command line arg 0: ./saprouter

command line arg 1: -r

command line arg 2: -G

command line arg 3: sap-rtt.toto.ch.log

command line arg 4: -S

command line arg 5: 3299

command line arg 6: -K

command line arg 7: p:CN=sap-rtt.toto.ch, OU=0002273377, OU=SAProuter, O=SAP, C=DE

SncInit(): Initializing Secure Network Communication (SNC)

AMD/Intel x86_64 with Linux (st,ascii,SAP_UC/size_t/void* = 8/64/64)

SncInit(): Trying environment variable SNC_LIB as a

gssapi library name: "/usr/sap/saprouter/linux-x86_64-glibc2.3/libsapcrypto.so".

File "/usr/sap/saprouter/linux-x86_64-glibc2.3/libsapcrypto.so" dynamically loaded as GSS-API v2 library.

The internal Adapter for the loaded GSS-API mechanism identifies as:

Internal SNC-Adapter (Rev 1.0) to SECUDE 5/GSS-API v2

main: pid = 32312, ppid = 24529, port = 3299, parent port = 0 (0 = parent is not a saprouter)

reading routtab: './saprouttab'

Tue Mar 15 14:00:52 2011

***LOG Q0I=> NiPConnect2: connect (111: Connection refused) [nixxi.cpp 2823]

      • ERROR => NiPConnect2: SiPeekPendConn failed for hdl 2 / sock 7

(SI_ECONN_REFUSE/111; I4; ST; 194.39.131.34:3299) [nixxi.cpp 2823]

Tue Mar 15 14:22:06 2011

***LOG Q0I=> NiPConnect2: connect (111: Connection refused) [nixxi.cpp 2823]

      • ERROR => NiPConnect2: SiPeekPendConn failed for hdl 2 / sock 7

(SI_ECONN_REFUSE/111; I4; ST; 194.39.131.34:3299) [nixxi.cpp 2823]

4. Result of the following command

./niping -c -H /H/194.39.131.34/H/194.39.131.34

***LOG Q0I=> NiPConnect2: connect (111: Connection refused) [nixxi.cpp 2823]

      • ERROR => NiPConnect2: SiPeekPendConn failed for hdl 0 / sock 3

(SI_ECONN_REFUSE/111; I4; ST; 194.39.131.34:3299) [nixxi.cpp 2823]

      • ERROR => NiTClientLoop: NiHandle (rc=-10) [nixxtst.cpp 2861]

  • ERROR partner '194.39.131.34:3299' not reached

  • TIME Tue Mar 15 14:38:00 2011

  • RELEASE 700

  • COMPONENT NI (network interface)

  • VERSION 38

  • RC -10

  • MODULE nixxi.cpp

  • LINE 2823

  • DETAIL NiPConnect2

  • SYSTEM CALL connect

  • ERRNO 111

  • ERRNO TEXT Connection refused

  • COUNTER 1

Any suggestions are welcome.

Best regards

SAP NetWeaverAdmin

Former Member
replied

/H/xxx.xxxx.xxx/S/sapdp99/H/194.39.131.34/S/sapdp99/H/oss001

/H/xxx.xxxx.xxx/S/sapdp99/

can you telnet port 3299 in xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx?

is sapdp99 maintained in your services file with port 3299?

Simple test will be to replace sapdp99 for 3299 in the saprouter script

Regards

Juan

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