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remote adminclient failing

 
Jim Grecni
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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.
 
Raj Varanasi
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Hi,
Are you giving complete command like "adminclient.sh remotehostname bootstrapport" while invoking admin client from remote machine ?
 
Jim Grecni
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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.
 
Kyle Brown
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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
 
Patrick Finnegan
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How many network cards in the machine? WebSphere needs to be bound to one network card via the admin.config.
e.g
com.ibm.CORBA.LocalHost=192.168.200.111
 
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