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Le 15/10/2022 à 15:37, Marc Rauzier a écrit :
Le 14/10/2022 à 19:57, jeremy.ruth@xxxxxxxxxxx a écrit :
Thank you Marc for your help.
Yw, I often used this technique to check firewall issues.
I tried the SSH command from my workstation and it made a connection because I am seeing what you're seeing from netstat.  An established entry from my workstation.

So the port is not blocked.  Any other ideas?

I am not really used to use the debugger nor I have an access with enough authority to an IBM i system to be able to help you more.

However, here is what happens on PUB400 when I start the debugger from iACS SQL scripts like you do.

Job listening on 3825 port is QB5ROUTER in QUSRWRK subsystem. Unfortunately I cannot see job log of this job.
Job handling the tcp session on port 3825 with my workstation is QTESDBGSVR in QUSRWRK subsystem. It is submitted by QPGMR/QTESDBGHUB which runs in QSYSWRK subsystem at the time I request to start debugger. Unfornately I cannot see job log of this job.

Have you got those two QB5ROUTER and QTESDBGHUB jobs active? Maybe you could check their job log? I can't do it on PUB400.

I did more tests and found that 4026 tcp port is involved as well. Job listening on that port is QPGMR/QTESDBGHUB. QTESDBGSVR is handling the session on that port with my workstation.

However, I do not understand why port in use was 3825 a couple of hours ago and is now 4026 :-(

In the service table (WRKSVRTBLE), 3825 is named is-debug-ile and 4026 is named as-debug.

Here are a couple of online documents that I have found



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