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Eza2590e Recv Error From Getnextreply - Edc8128i Connection Refused. Errno2=0x769f0442

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Multiple IP Addresses gethostbyname getaddrinfo multiple backup zosftp Technote (troubleshooting) Problem(Abstract) The eza1735i std return code = 10000, error code = 00008 Domain Name System (DNS) server returns more than one address defined

Edc8127i Connection Timed Out

for an FTP server's host name. Usage of the z/OS FTP client specifying that host name eza2590e recv error from getnextreply - edc8121i connection reset. (errno2=0x76650446) was expected to attempt to establish a connection to each of the listed addresses until one of them was successful. However, the client terminated after the

Errno2=0x00000211

first connection attempt failed. Symptom Messages similar to the following are produced: EZA1554IConnecting to: FTP.MYCORP.COM 10.11.12.13 port: 21.
EZA2590Erecv error from getNextReply - EDC8130IHost cannot be reached. (errno2=0x74500442)
EZA1475IConnection with FTP.MYCORP.COM terminated
Cause The z/OS FTP client will attempt a connection to another address in the list returned from DNS when there is no response from an address within the configured MYOPENTIME period (or overridden with the TIMEOUT option on the FTP command). However, if the remote address returns a "Connection refused" response (a RESET packet), the process will terminate without any further connection attempts. Resolving the problem Ensure that the list of IP addresses returned from the DNS server is correct for the host name supplied. Ensure that the FTP server software is functional whenever the TCP/IP stack on each of the listed hosts is up. Specify another host name that selects a desired subset of the IP addresses returned. Or specify an individual IP address instead of a host name. Repeated attempts to use the FTP client with the hostname specified will probably result in the DNS server returning the list of IP addresses in a different order. It is likely that one (or m

file from MF to Windows PC on a shared drive JES, JES2, JCL utilities, IDCAMS, Compile & Run JCLs, PROCs etc... Post a reply Previous topic • Next topic • 16 posts • Page 2 of 2 • 1, 2 Re: Transfer file from MF to Windows PC on a shared drive by arpitsharma27 » Sat Dec 24, 2011 12:41 am Hi I had tried using OPEN 99.999.999.99This is what i have written:XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX//FTPLOC EXEC PGM=FTP //OUTPUT DD SYSOUT=*,RECFM=FB,LRECL=0,BLKSIZE=0//SYSPRINT DD SYSOUT=* //INPUT DD * OPEN MY_SHARED_DRIVE_IP_ADDRESSMY_COMPUTER_USER_IDMY_COMPUTER_PASSWORD cd SMA Tech http://www-01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg21213761 Team/xx PUT 'MAINFRAME_FILE_NAME' a.txt CLOSE QUIT XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXI get the following error:XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXEZA1736I FTP EZY2640I Using 'SYS1.TCPPARMS(FTPDATA)' for local site configuration parameters.EZA1450I IBM FTP CS V1R10 EZA1456I Connect to ? EZA1736I OPEN MY_SHARED_DRIVE_IP_ADDRESSEZA1551I Unknown host: OPEN EZA1460I Command: EZA1618I Unknown command: 'MY_COMPUTER_USER_ID' EZA1619I For a list of the available commands, say HELP EZA1460I Command: EZA1736I California9 EZA1618I Unknown command: 'MY_COMPUTER_PASSWORD' EZA1460I Command: EZA1736I cd SMA http://www.ibmmainframeforum.com/jcl/topic6841-10.html Tech Team/xx EZA1457I You must first issue the 'OPEN' command EZA1460I Command: EZA1736I PUT 'MAINFRAME_FILE_NAME' a.txt EZA1457I You must first issue the 'OPEN' command EZA1460I Command: EZA1736I CLOSE XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX arpitsharma27 Posts: 5Joined: Fri Dec 23, 2011 4:25 am Hasthanked: 0 time Beenthanked: 0 time Top Re: Re: Transfer file from MF to Windows PC on a shared drive Top Re: Transfer file from MF to Windows PC on a shared drive by BillyBoyo » Sat Dec 24, 2011 1:05 am Did you talk to your support people?The response to the Connect to? I believe should be your IP address.Change your password now.If you start your cards:Select allip addressusernamepasswordyou might get in if all of those are OK. Else you are still in the same place and we don't know anything to help, but your support people do. BillyBoyo Global moderator Posts: 3730Joined: Tue Jan 25, 2011 12:02 am Hasthanked: 22 times Beenthanked: 253 times Top Re: Transfer file from MF to Windows PC on a shared drive by arpitsharma27 » Sat Dec 24, 2011 1:26 am HiThe username/password should be my computer username/password or anything

FTP CS V1R4 .EZA1456I Connect to ? .EZA1736I eaid2 .EZA1554I Connecting to: eaid2.domain.com 10.40.131.46 port: 10. .EZA2590E initIPv4Connection error from connect = (1128.769F0442) - https://www.mail-archive.com/ibm-main@bama.ua.edu/msg01025.html EDC8128I Con .EZA1460I Command: .EZA1457I You must first issue the 'OPEN' command http://www.archivum.info/comp.protocols.tcp-ip.ibmpc/2009-06/00003/EZA2590E-function-error-from-location--ERROR-lt.html .EZA1460I Command: .EZA1736I password .EZA1618I Unknown command: 'password' .EZA1619I For a list of the available commands, say HELP .EZA1460I Command: .EZA1736I CD /EAI/STP/data_impact/in/ .EZA1457I You must first issue the 'OPEN' command .EZA1460I Command: .EZA1736I PUT 'PPPCGLD.XGLD264.D0105.MONTHLY' ParamMonthlyGL0105.txt .EZA1457I You must first issue the 'OPEN' command .EZA1460I Command: .EZA1736I eza2590e recv quit Webmaster, . Supporter of "Expo Light Rail - Enabler for the Digital Coast" . --- "Bielskie, Stephen" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: From: "Bielskie, Stephen" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> Date: Wed, 25 May 2005 19:22:49 +0100 To: "'[EMAIL PROTECTED]'" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> Subject: RE: EDC8128I Connection refused. I have seen this scenario before when the programmer has extra characters (past column 80) in eza2590e recv error the SYSIN. FTP treated it as part of the connection name. It would be more helpful to post the output of the job... Steve -----Original Message----- From: IBM Mainframe Discussion List [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Behalf Of Adrian H Auer-Hudson Sent: Wednesday, May 25, 2005 2:11 PM To: IBM-MAIN@BAMA.UA.EDU Subject: EDC8128I Connection refused. Hi all, FYI. I am an apps programmer. We seem to have a lack of ftp knowledge at my place of employment. We are having several ftps fail and the ball seems to rest firmly in my court. This is an example of the ftp commands input to a failing mainframe to network batch ftp job. The only thing I have changed is the password. I substituted the word "password": eaid2 User eaidm password CD /EAI/STP/data_impact/in/ PUT 'PPPCGLD.XGLD264.D0105.MONTHLY' ParamMonthlyGL0105.txt quit * The job, and its brethren fail with "EDC8128I Connection refused.". HOWEVER, if I go to ISPF 6, and type the TSO command 'ftp' then enter the above listed ftp command lines in sequence, IT WORKS. Somebody tell me what is happening, please? Thanks Adrian. =========================================================

16:18:34 -0500 Newsgroups: comp.protocols.tcp-ip.ibmpc Hi, I received an error message from an FTP process. It died, the client had a problem. You could verify this by hand just typing in the commands. I was asked to look into the error messages. It's one message with two error messages and a errno2 field I can't find reference to. Here it is: "EZA2590E recv error from getNextReply - EDC8128I Connection Refused. (errno2=0x769F0442)". So the format of the EZA2590E is: function (recv) location (getNextReply) - ERROR. If ERROR is everything to the right of the hiphen the EDC8128I should be able to reference the errno2. The EDC8128I just says "Connection Refused". This second message comes from the C library function, but I didn't find much in the SA22-7566-05 z/OS v1R6 LE Run-Time Messages book. So the first message is from the SC31-8783-05 z/OS V1R6 IP Messages: Vol 1 (EZA). I didn't find any errno2 stuff documented. I've reference to some dotted decimal notation for the error code like 1121.76650446, where 1121 is a ECONNRESET. They also crossed 0446 to JRSocketConDropped and identified 7665 as the reason code. So what does "0x769F0442" mean? Does the EZA2590E present different error code formats, or is this new to V1R6? Where did you find this documented? Thank you, DPD [Morewiththissubject...] EZA2590E function error from location - ERROR <===, DPD<= PreviousbyDate: Re: can u help me?, David H. Lipman NextbyDate: tcp timeout or buffer size problems?, Pietje Bell PreviousbyThread: can u help me?, psyco NextbyThread: tcp timeout or buffer size problems?, Pietje Bell Indexes: [Date] [Thread] [Top] [AllLists]

 

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