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SAP MMC Says Dispatcher running but not connected to message server

I installed the ABAP Stack Sneak Preview Netweaver.I see all the relevant NSP entries in my Services file.But when i disconnect my internet I see in SAP MMC that Disptacher says its running but not connected Message Server(turns yellow) and also the SAP gets logged off. Is Internet connection required for running NSP(ABAP System SID)??

If I want to get rid of this internet dependency what settings i need to change ??

My current Message trace file says as follows..

Trace File of Message Server

trc file: "dev_ms", trc level: 1, release: "640"

[Thr 4516] Mon Sep 26 21:51:06 2005

[Thr 4516] systemid 560 (PC with Windows NT)

[Thr 4516] relno 6400

[Thr 4516] patchlevel 0

[Thr 4516] patchno 43

[Thr 4516] intno 20020600

[Thr 4516] pid 4512

[Thr 4516] ***LOG Q01=> MsSInit, MSStart (Msg Server 1 4512) [msxxserv.c 1661]

[Thr 4516] Mon Sep 26 21:51:07 2005

[Thr 4516] MsHttpInit: full qualified hostname = sai

[Thr 4516] HTTP logging is switch off

[Thr 4516] set HTTP state to LISTEN

[Thr 4516] *** I listen to port sapmsNSP (3600) ***

[Thr 4516] *** HTTP port 8100 state LISTEN ***

[Thr 4516] CUSTOMER KEY: >K0201639721<

[Thr 4516] Mon Sep 26 21:52:46 2005

[Thr 4516] MsHttpReadUrl: H-1 url = /sap/public/icf_info/urlprefix (403 Forbidden)

[Thr 4516] Mon Sep 26 21:52:50 2005

[Thr 4516] MsHttpReadUrl: H-1 url = /sap/public/icf_info/logon_groups (403 Forbidden)

Looking for your valuable solutions.. Will definitely reward good points if gets solved

Thanks

Sreeni.

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    Sep 28, 2005 at 10:13 PM

    Hi Sreeni,

    have you installed the Microsoft Loopback Adaptor? It is described here: How" target="_blank">http://support.microsoft.com/?scid=kb%3Ben-us%3B839013&x=10&y=15">How to install the Microsoft Loopback adapter in Windows XP.

    Regards

    Gregor

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    Oct 01, 2005 at 08:15 PM

    I agree with Gregor seems like you are not on LAN and loopback adaptor is not configured.

    Cheers,

    Sanjeev

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