I'm trying to run adminclient from a remote system. It's failing trying to connect. The debug output shows: ADGU1045E: Caught exception while getting initial context:"javax.naming.CommunicationException: Caught CORBA.COMM_FAILURE when resolving initial reference=WsnNameService [Root exception is org.omg.CORBA.COMM_FAILURE: minor code: 3 completed: No] There is no firewall between my systems. I've tried running the adminclinet from both a NT and Linux systems with the same result. The adminclient runs fine locally. The local system is RedHat Linux 8.0 with WAS 4.04. I can telnet, ftp, ping and otherwise connect to the box running WebSphere. Anyone have any suggestions? Thank you.
Hi, Are you giving complete command like "adminclient.sh remotehostname bootstrapport" while invoking admin client from remote machine ?
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Yes, I used the complete command adminclient.sh hostname 900 I also tried defaulting the host number, same result. I also tried running the command on the local machine, specifically puting in the hostname and port number. It works from the local command. I also tried connecting to port 900 using telnet, just to ensure the communications are working. I get connected. I admit, I'm confused as to what's wrong.
I suspect a TCP (probably DNS) problem. Try adding the name of the remote host to your etc/hosts file on the client and then try with the fully qualified shell script (e.g. specifying the name and port). Kyle