I get the below response

rhishabh@rhishabh1:~$ telnet XXX.XX.XXX.XX 992
Trying XXX.XX.XXX.XX...
Connected to XXX.XX.XXX.XX.
Escape character is '^]'.

then after 2 min
Connection closed by foreign host.

I think its getting connected ..

Rhishabh Srivastava


On Fri, Apr 9, 2010 at 1:37 AM, Scott Klement <tn5250@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>wrote:

Hello,

'connection timed out' means that TN5250 sent a request to connect to
your server (the one at XXX.XX.XXX.XX) and did not receive a response to
that connection request, so it eventually timed out.

Most likely, a firewall or similar device is blocking access to yout
server?

What happens if you type:

telnet XXX.XX.XXX.XX 992

I know the 'telnet' command wont work because it doesn't support SSL,
but does it connect to port 992? Or do you get a time-out error?



On 4/8/2010 2:27 PM, Rhishabh Srivastava wrote:
I am running Ubuntu 9.10 . I tried installing tn5250 for connecting to a
AS/400 Server but it just don't connect. The error is

rhishabh@rhishabh1:~$ sudo tn5250 AS4
[sudo] password for rhishabh:
Could not start session: Connection timed out

I have created the configuration in ~/.tn5250rc as

AS4 { host = ssl:XXX.XX.XXX.XX
trace = log.txt
+ssl_verify_server
ssl_ca_file = /home/rhishabh/Certificate/AS4.cer }

I configured the tn5250 using --with ssl option to enable ssl support.
Though during configuration it generated errors for ncurses library and
OpenSSL header files/lib. This i got resolved by d/l the latest pkg and
few
other form Synaptic manager. After which configuration& make install
went
without any error.

Now i am stuck at this error. Log file only contains

tn5250_ssl_stream_init() entered.
SSL Method = SSLv23_client_method()

I need help in diagnosing this timeout error as where to start.


Rhishabh Srivastava

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