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Dec 13, 2012 at 08:21 PM

SAPRouter - Niping error pong not received

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Hi Guys

Recently a new Solution Manager system was installed, and therefore we are trying to download Notes from SAP

SAPRouter is currently installed on another server and working.

saproutab has P * * * *, so any system on the network can access SAP.

We copied same information from a system where SAP OSS RFC Connection is working to this new Instaled system

Target host

/H/10.2.51.61/S/sapdp99/H/204.79.199.2/S/sapdp99/H/oss001

After testing it shows

Logon Connection Error

Error Details Error when opening an RFC connection (CPIC-CALL: 'ThSAPOCMINIT' : cmRc=17 thRc=2

Error Details ERROR: CPIC program connection ended (read error)

Error Details LOCATION: SAP-Server sapsolman_SMD_00 on host sapsolman (wp 1)

Error Details COMPONENT: CPIC

Error Details COUNTER: 47

Error Details MODULE:

Error Details LINE:

Error Details RETURN CODE: 223

Error Details SUBRC: 0

Error Details RELEASE: 720

Error Details TIME: Thu Dec 13 17:15:29 2012

Error Details VERSION:

Telnet from SAPROUTER host to SOLMAN on port 3200 Host works

Telnet from SOLMAN to SAPROUTER port 3299 host also works

Then i proceed to use niping command and i found this error

This test is from SOLMAN server

10.2.51.61 is SAPROUTER host

204.79.199.2 is SAPSERV4 host

sapsolman:smdadm 29> niping -c -H /H/10.2.51.61/S/3299/H/204.79.199.2/S/3299/H/oss001

Thu Dec 13 17:01:30 2012

*** ERROR => NiBufIProcMsg: hdl 1 received rc=-93 (NIEROUT_INTERN) from peer [nibuf.cpp 2122]

*** ERROR => NiBufIConnect: route connect for non-buffered hdl 1 failed (rc=-93;/H/10.2.51.61/S/3299/H/204.79.199.2/S/3299/H/oss001); pong not received [nibuf.cpp 4777]

*** ERROR => NiTClientLoop: NiHandle (rc=-93) [nixxtst.cpp 2590]

What does this pong not received mean?

if i Submit this same niping -c -H /H/10.2.51.61/S/3299/H/204.79.199.2/S/3299/H/oss001 command from a SAP Server where SAP OSS is working i dont get this pong error, so i can isolate this error to only this system

Any idea?

thanks!