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error while testing ITS Connection

Hi all:

There is an error while testing ITS Connection, it says the 8000 port is a closed point by the firewall , but according to the

administrator of intranet, there is no firewall between ECC and Portal, I guess I should add port 8000 into service file ? I mean the file of Host and Service, am I right ?

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An HTTP/S connection to http://10.180.80.171:8000 was not obtained successfully; this might be due to a closed port on the Firewall.

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    Posted on May 24, 2010 at 01:38 PM

    Hi Jingying,

    Please check the correct parameter for ITS from backend and update System properties accordingly.

    T-Code : SE37 >> Utilities >> Settings >> Move to tab "Internet Transaction Server" in popup window and find the information and update System properties and then test it.

    If your connector test is working fine then you may ignore the Firewall status for ITS and WAS.

    Use FQDN - fully qualified domain name for access portal.

    Hope it will helps.

    Regard

    Arun

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    • Hi Jingying

      Please update like this :

      Server IP address and host name in host file entry at (Start > RUN > drivers > etc > host file)

      > <ip address> <hostname.domain name>, do you think it is OK?

      Yes, correct.

      Start > RUN > drivers > etc > services and add an entry

      sapmsEC1 36<systemnumber>/tcp

      Hope it will helps

      Regards

      Arun

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    Posted on May 24, 2010 at 01:28 PM

    Jingying,

    are you accessing portal using FQDN.what about WAS and connector properties

    Thanks

    Bala Duvvuri

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