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It looks like there is a connectivity issue bwteen OAM and Webgate.1 person found this helpful
Try to run the following command from the server where you have installed OHS and webgate
telnet <OAM_Hostname> 5575Get the OAM_Hostname from the following file on your OHS server:
telnet command is working fine.Is there anything like this?
Hi Deena,1 person found this helpful
Make sure that ObAccessClient.xml file is deployed in correct location on OHS web server instance and has correct OAM server: Port values to be able to successfully connect to the OAM server.
Thanks for you reply. I have copied those files into following directory. /u01/ohs/Middleware/Oracle_WT1/instances/instance1/config/OHS/ohs1/webgate/config.
I think i have copied in a correct path. There is no time syn. problem between oam server and webserver host. Both are running in same time. Eventhough i am getting above error. "Access gate is unable to contact any access server".
How did you register the agent ? - through UI or through rreg.
if through UI i would suggest you try to register using rreg inband registration and let me know if that is successful.
If that fails (which i think it will)
Its most likely a problem with your java version.
I know for sure that Java version 1.6.0_37 doesn't work and that 18.104.22.168 works for sure.
Can you try installing a different version of java.
if on linux use the
update-alternatives --config java
as root to point to the java (other version that you installed) and try again.
Let me know if that helps.