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SAPOSS rfc connection error

Hi ,

I configured and installed sap router in sap solution manager 4.0, but when i tried to connect sap via saposs in rfc connection. I am getting following error

Logon Connection Error

Error Details Error when opening an RFC connection

Error Details ERROR: sapserv2a: route permission denied (65.38.109.157 to 147.204.2.5, sapd

Error Details LOCATION: SAProuter 39.2 (SP4) on 'sapserv2a'

Error Details COMPONENT: NI (network interface)

Error Details COUNTER: 1926391

Error Details MODULE:

Error Details LINE:

Error Details RETURN CODE: -94

Error Details SUBRC: 0

Error Details RELEASE: 710

Error Details TIME: Mon Sep 19 07:50:30 2011

Error Details VERSION: 39

Thanks

Srikanth

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    Posted on Sep 19, 2011 at 08:43 AM

    Error Details ERROR: sapserv2a: route permission denied (65.38.109.157 to 147.204.2.5, sapd

    Error Details LOCATION: SAProuter 39.2 (SP4) on 'sapserv2a'

    Seems some problem in configuration itself. Either 'routtab' file or OSS1 configuration

    Thanks

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      Hi,

      I configured saprouttab , when i ping from SAProuter server to sapserv2 (194.39.131.34) it was successfully pinging.

      What are the steps to configure in solution manager in order to connect with the sap marketplace?

      Thanks

      Srikanth

  • Posted on Sep 19, 2011 at 11:11 AM

    Hi Srikanth,

    Please check following points to rectify router issue

    1. check if SAPRouter service is running and started

    2. check if port 3299 is open on the server where router is installed

    3. please check entries (from and to) in SAPROUTTAB file

    entries made in this file are responsible for establishing connections , hence ensure to provide correct IP address of both ends

    4. check entries maintained in Tcode OSS1 of your solution manager are correct. that means IP address of source system and SAP

    I hope above checks would be helpful for you.

    Thanks,

    Rupali

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    Posted on Sep 19, 2011 at 12:30 PM

    Hi,

    Error Details ERROR: sapserv2a: route permission denied (65.38.109.157 to 147.204.2.5, sapd

    Use sapserv2 instead of sapserv2a

    Change the technical settings in OSS1 transaction accordingly

    OR

    In SM59, Change the Message Server string for SAPOSS rfc as below

    /H/<your_local_saprouter_ip>/S/sapdp99/H/194.39.131.34/S/sapdp99/H/oss001

    Also make sure that in SAPROUTTAB, you have allowed IP 194.39.131.34 and port 3299 (for KP entry...)

    Regards.

    Rajesh Narkhede

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  • Posted on Sep 19, 2011 at 12:45 PM

    Hi Srikanth,

    Instance number as 99 in OSS1 tcode should work and check RFC SAPOSS results.

    Thanks,

    Rupali

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi Milin,

      Thanks for the update.

      When i changed the password CPIC the the following error is occured.

      Logon Connection Error

      Error Details Error when opening an RFC connection

      Error Details ERROR: timeout while pending for route completion

      Error Details LOCATION: SAP-Server sgtr-s-devs1d_S1D_67 on host sgtr-s-devs1d (wp 0)

      Error Details DETAIL: NiErrSet

      Error Details COMPONENT: NI (network interface)

      Error Details COUNTER: 33

      Error Details MODULE:

      Error Details LINE:

      Error Details RETURN CODE: -12

      Error Details SUBRC: 0

      Error Details RELEASE: 700

      Error Details TIME: Tue Sep 27 05:28:32 2011

      Error Details VERSION: 38

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