2 Replies Latest reply: Mar 2, 2012 7:26 AM by Sian Peng Tay RSS

saposs connection error in sm59

sri Sri
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     While checking the rfc connection to saposs, i am getting following error.

I have opened the 3299 port also.


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: 46

Error Details     MODULE:

Error Details     LINE:

Error Details     RETURN CODE: -12

Error Details     SUBRC: 0

Error Details     RELEASE: 700

Error Details     TIME: Thu Mar  1 05:30:02 2012

Error Details     VERSION: 38



Please advice..





  • Re: saposs connection error in sm59
    Orkun Gedik
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    Hi Srikanth,


    Check "saprouter.log", first. Additionally, it seems that you are facing with this problem, because of a component on the network. So, check your network components, such as firewall.


    Best regards,


    Orkun Gedik

  • Re: saposs connection error in sm59
    Sian Peng Tay
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    Do you have a local IP address for your saprouter server?  If yes, please change your tcode OSS1 settings for SAProuter 1 to reflect your local IP address.


    SAPnet access from tcode OSS1 is no longer available.  Please use tcode SM59 to verify your connection. SM59 and use the RFC-Destination 'saposs' to test the connection to SAP.


    Hope the above helps.


    With Regards,


  • Re: saposs connection error in sm59
    Jaianandh V
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    Hi Srikanth,

    I guess SAPOSS RFC is not maintained.


    Please check with you BASIS team to maintain the SAP Router details with router string for the connection to work.


    To avoid any time issue, start the saprouter with command from drive for example C:\usr\sap\saprouter> saprouter -r -W 10000


    Where -W set the timeout value. I usually keep them high to avoid any network delay.




    Jaianandh V