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From Peter Mykytyn <peter.myky...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Connection reset while trying to access a web service running under Tomcat
Date Thu, 23 Feb 2017 23:02:12 GMT


use VPN or IPSEC for something like this.


On Thu, 23 Feb 2017 13:35:45 -0800
"James H. H. Lampert" <jamesl@touchtonecorp.com> wrote:

> We've got a problem, and I'm not sure where it is.
> 
> We've got a remote box, belonging to a customer, that's trying to access 
> a web service hosted by a Tomcat server on one of our boxes (part of a 
> new webapp).
> 
> The customer box is getting "Connection Resets" while trying to access 
> our web service. Here is some of the debug output:
> > (GSKit) I/O: A connection with a remote socket was reset by that socket.
> > ssl_error(406): (GSKit) I/O: A connection with a remote socket was reset by that
socket.
> > SetError() #30: SSL Handshake: (GSKit) I/O: A connection with a remote socket was
reset by that
> 
> I think initially, the problem was in the customer's firewall not 
> letting the requests out on the port this server runs. They say they've 
> got that fixed, but the connection resets continue.
> 
> According to the statistics on our firewall appliance/router (a TP-Link 
> WDR4300), it's getting some packet traffic intended for the server in 
> question, but nothing is being logged by the webapp itself. And nothing 
> seems to be getting logged to Catalina*.* from any of this traffic, 
> whether failed sign-ons from the customer box, or successful traffic 
> from one of our other boxes. Is there anything we can do to determine 
> whether Tomcat is seeing any of these request? And what it could be 
> doing with them?
> 
> --
> JHHL
> 
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