I have so far been unable to get my 10 11/06 Sparc box to register with Sun. I am running the following command:
sconadm -a -r RegistrationProfile
and I am getting the following error message:
sconadm is running
Authenticating user ...
cacao: com.sun.scn.jmx.impl.AbstractComponent.log : com.sun.scn.service.clientreg.CRSClientException: java.rmi.RemoteException: HTTP transport error: javax.net.ssl.SSLException: Unrecognized SSL message, plaintext connection?; nested exception is:
HTTP transport error: javax.net.ssl.SSLException: Unrecognized SSL message, plaintext connection?
I'm not using a proxy server, but I am behind a firewall blocking all incoming access to this server. Is that a problem?
Also, this is a fresh install but I did disable a bunch of services. Reenabling those services didn't seem to help, though I may have missed one that I originally disabled (and that may be the crux of this problem).
Anyway advice would be appreciated.
p.s. I found some other people having problems and it was suggested they upgrade to v1.5.0_12 of Java. I tried this and it did not help.
Okay, I'm fairly new to Unix and this is just a test system so I reinstalled the OS last night to make sure that I didn't cause the problem that I'm experiencing. After the install, it still failed with more or less the same error message--so I'm semi-happy to report that this wasn't my doing.
Anyway, that said one minor thing has changed since my previous mail as a result. My java patch has reverted to the distributed version. That is all, on with the output:
I have no reason to believe our firewall blocks port 443 outgoing. I don't know exactly how to test it, but I did this portscan and it looks like, from my computer (which is behind the same firewall and ruleset as the server) I can connect to getupdates1.sun.com:
The system is downrev on patch 121081-08, also check that patches 123630-03 and 137137-09 are applied. Is there a proxy or firewall blocking connections? If you require more immediate assistance, please open a support case.