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TCP/IP communication

Discussion in 'Networking' started by tsmlover, Oct 16, 2008.

  1. tsmlover

    tsmlover ADSM.ORG Member

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    TCP/IP communications failure Do you wish to continue for purposes of local backupset restore or correcting an option setting?

    when i open my BA client I found this error how to fix this bug . em unable to backing up

    I can ping the TSM server successfuly


    regards
     
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  3. THE_WIPET

    THE_WIPET ADSM.ORG Senior Member

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    look like a dsm.sys or dsm.opt error... mistype etc..

    paste your config file
     
  4. syntax44

    syntax44 ADSM.ORG Member

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    It is not a "bug" :) Is must be a wrong configuration.

    Issue a 'q status' on your TSM server and check if your "Server host name or IP address" matches the value of "TCPSERVERADDRESS" in your dsm.opt/dsm.sys. Also check if your "Server TCP/IP port number" matches the value of "TCPPORT" in dsm.opt/dsm.sys.
    If the problem is not gone after that; try to ping your TSM server (by DNS or IP) from the TSM client and vice versa. If it fails, check LAN/Firewall, etc.

    A common mistake is that in dsm.opt/dsm.sys TCPCLIENTADDRESS or TCPCLIENTPORT are configured with the TSM Server details.....
     

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