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Error in Http Request : Failed to connect to server port 443


Hi Team,

While registering the target server in PlateSpin 12.1 version. We are
getting below error.

Error in Http Request : Failed to connect to x.x.x.x port 443 : No route
to hostMachination/controller copy failed.Cannnot continue

PlateSpin Server, Source and Target servers are in same network. Still
we are getting the port 443 error.

Could you please suggest what could be the issue. There is no firewall
here.

Regards,
Yesebu Borugadda


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Re: Error in Http Request : Failed to connect to server port 443


yesebu_orugadda;265391 Wrote:
> Hi Team,
>
> While registering the target server in PlateSpin 12.1 version. We are
> getting below error.
>
> Error in Http Request : Failed to connect to x.x.x.x port 443 : No route
> to hostMachination/controller copy failed.Cannnot continue
>
> PlateSpin Server, Source and Target servers are in same network. Still
> we are getting the port 443 error.
>
> Could you please suggest what could be the issue. There is no firewall
> here.
>
> Regards,
> Yesebu Borugadda



In Target, Press Alt + F7 and check network card is configured and has
got right IP, Also check are you able to ping Migrate Server.
It could be the case where HTTP request is not enabled; This option will
be presented to the user while installing Migrate Server. so please try
HTTPS instead of HTTP
If you are able to ping and using HTTP or HTTPS are still not working.
please raise a Service Request and our TS will be able to help you.

Thanks,


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