Hi!

I'm trying to connect a Remote Container (on Windows 2008 Enterprise
SP2, jre 1.6.0_21) with NOC (SLES 11 SP1, jdk 1.6.0_34), but I have the
message "Unable to connect: Container 'ContainerRCServer1' is not ready
for connections". Both servers have the latest PB installed (PB8) and
already tested the communication via port 1570, 2000 and 2001
bidirectional. Also, tested with different JVMs on the Windows server
with no success. I couldn't have figured out what is happening.

The daemon trace log of the Remote Container Server only retrieves this
(on DEBUG mode):


-2014-07-24 19:03:20,854 DEBUG Inbound connection close listener
- ctor(): listening for close on: id: TAG_IIOP
local address: 10.56.60.90:1570
remote address: 10.56.166.72:36428
2014-07-24 19:03:20,854 DEBUG Inbound connection close listener -
ctor(): listening for close on: id: TAG_IIOP
local address: 10.56.60.90:1570
remote address: 10.56.166.72:36429
2014-07-24 19:03:20,854 DEBUG CORBA.Daemon - (getServerInstance) Server
ContainerRCServer1 getting instance 'IDL:Common/Manageable:1.0' with
name 'ContainerRCServer1'
2014-07-24 19:03:52,211 DEBUG Inbound connection close listener -
close_cb(): called for id: TAG_IIOP
local address: 10.56.60.90:1570
remote address: 10.56.166.72:36428
2014-07-24 19:03:52,211 DEBUG CORBA.RemoteObjectManager -
fireRemoteObjectIsInvalid(): Learned that the peer
com.ooc.OCI.IIOP.TransportInfo_impl@1284fd4 went away.
2014-07-24 19:03:52,211 DEBUG CORBA.RemoteObjectManager -
fireRemoteObjectIsInvalid(): There are no listeners for that
key.-

Has anyone any clue why is this happening and how to solve it? I'm
really out of ideas.

Thanks in advise!


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