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Problem in RFC SAPOSS

Hello experts,

im trying to get my SAPOSS RFC running but i always get an error which i simply cannot explain to myself.

So i set up the SAProuter (on a LINUX System, i installed the newest version and added the SNC-Certificate)

The SAProuter works fine, im able to access to my systems from outside my network.

So when i now try to setup the OSS1 with the following Parameters:

SAProuter1:

Name : <SAP_ROUTER_NAME>

IP-Address: <IP_ADDRESS_where_my_SAProuter_is_located>

Instance No.:99

SAPRouter at SAP side:

Name: sapserv2

IP-Address: 194.39.131.34

InstanceNo. : 99

SAPNet Message Server:

Name: oss001

DB-Name: O01

InstanceNo: 01

i get this error when i try to establish the RFC-Connection:

Anmeldung Verbindungsfehler Fehlerdetails Fehler beim Öffnen einer RFC-Verbindung (LB: Hostname or service of the message Fehlerdetails ERROR: The connection to the specified message server (/H/<IP_ADDRESS_where_my_SAProuter_is_located>/S/sap Fehlerdetails LOCATION: SAP-Server MSM_MSM_00 on host MSM (wp 7) Fehlerdetails COMPONENT: MS (message handling interface, multithreaded) Fehlerdetails COUNTER: 1435 Fehlerdetails MODULE: msxxi.c Fehlerdetails LINE: 2783 Fehlerdetails RETURN CODE: -35 Fehlerdetails SUBRC: 0 Fehlerdetails RELEASE: 721 Fehlerdetails TIME: Thu Sep 24 12:32:04 2015 Fehlerdetails VERSION: 4

Im able to Telnet my SAProuter from my SAP-Server and im able to Telnet the SAProuter at SAP-Side from my SAP-Server. So the Problem seems to be anywhere else.

Has anyone an Idea how to fix this error and establish the Connection via SAPOSS?

Regards!

Sascha

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    Sep 24, 2015 at 10:53 AM

    Hi,

    Could you share dev_w7,dev_rout log file for analysis ?

    Regards

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    • Cool!

      Since it is working, please mark the thread as "answered" 😉.

      PS: I noticed that you are running the saprouter as root, which is probably not a very good idea 😉.

      Nothing should run as root 😊.