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Problems while consuming a web-service through Netweaver using VPN

Hi all

I'm facing a problem while I'm attempting to consume a .NET web-service that is located in a remote server. We've estabished a VPN connection between our Netweaver CE in Linux to the remote office where the web-service is running.

The problem is, when my application running in Netweaver tries to consume the webservice, it takes the external access to try to reach the webservice URL instead of take the VPN route to do that. ie. my application find an external IP of the webservice instead of finding the internal IP.

When I ping the webservice URL in linux, it brings me the internal IP, but for some unknown reason, the Netweaver don't find the correct route to reach the webservice.

Does anyone have any idea or suggestion on what to do?

Thanks in advance!

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  • Posted on Aug 13, 2009 at 07:33 AM

    > The problem is, when my application running in Netweaver tries to consume the webservice, it takes the external access to try to reach the webservice URL instead of take the VPN route to do that. ie. my application find an external IP of the webservice instead of finding the internal IP.

    You're using a proxy?

    Markus

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