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http failed to send dats to server

Tue May 08, 2012 6:55 am

Dear friends,

I have one server-A(windows 2008) installed one application called"host front" which gives athentication to connect Linux(mainframe console)server(SERVER B).

These 2 servers are bihind the firewall.If one internal user who has the athentication to logine server-B ,tried to login server A,will get the" username and password"screen and once they enter the username and password ,will get the server-B screen.But if somebody try to connet via MPLS(we need to test MPLS site customers) from outside via ASA 5540 ,to server-A will get the "username password" screen and once enter the credentials,after 1 minitue will get error"http server faild to send datas to the server" and will not move to server -B screen.Where do you think is the problem???I can provide details if you need.Pls help me .Appriciate your suggesstion...

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Re: http failed to send dats to server

Tue May 08, 2012 7:49 am

what do the logs say?
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Re: http failed to send dats to server

Tue May 08, 2012 7:53 am

hi,
thanks ,from ASA side there are no logs.But serverside,once use username and password,getting "http failed to send datas to server".This is error getting.
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Re: http failed to send dats to server

Tue May 08, 2012 7:56 am

what do the server logs say ?
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