If you need to allow more than 30 concurrent connections# at once, simply increase this value. com [Download message RAW] Hi Steven, I think we're past the SSL handshake at this point and on to other issues with FTP configuration. After 2 minutes the server sends a FIN packet and we respond with a RST (reset) packet.Does anyone have a suggestion on how to get this to work? You can read more about virtual keyrings in Chapter 5 of this book online: http://www.redbooks.ibm.com/redbooks/SG247248/wwhelp/wwhimpl/java/html/wwhelp.htm I think virtual keyrings are pretty cool once you figure out how to use them. 3.
I will tell you what the error is with the TLS handshake. cipherspecs = 0A0906030405020135 FC0263 ftpAuth: environment_open() FC0381 ftpAuth: environment_init() FC0390 ftpAuth: environment initialization complete EZA1701I >>> AUTH TLS 234 AUTH TLS successful FC0765 authServer: secure_socket_open() FC0832 authServer: secure_socket_init() FC0845 authServer: secure_socket_init sounds like the > problem could be in the SYSFTPD DD statements... > Is something misconfigured? You don't have to create this keyring (it's virtual).
Top Profile Reply with quote mgcicero Post subject: Re: z/OS Client using implicit TLS connection to FilezillaPostPosted: 2009-11-25 20:14 Offline 500 Command not understood Joined: 2009-11-25 15:40 Posts: 3 Much > better :-) > > 17 means the same as above, 10 means "OPEN"... Please try again. If the error persists, please chat with a Comcast representative.
Unintended recipients are prohibited from making any other use of this e-mail. Chat now Reach out on Facebook Follow us for exclusive deals Forums Contact Us Shop High-Speed Internet Cable TV Phone Service Cable and Internet XFINITY Home XFINITY Home Page Services In Logged alph castaglia Administrator Support Hero Posts: 5110 TLS Authenication - Mainframe to Solaris « Reply #3 on: November 03, 2005, 07:50:17 pm » I doubt using Solaris 10 is the Secure_socket_init Failed With Rc = 420 I've asked it a couple of times and the reply has always been they got the file.
Follow-Ups: RE: FTP Secure (TLS/SSL) to BMC Support - TLS handshake failed From: Gray, Larry - Larry A References: RE: FTP Secure (TLS/SSL) to BMC Support - TLS handshake failed From: Std Return Code = 10220 ArcGIS for Desktop Home Documentation Pricing Support ArcGIS Platform ArcGIS Online ArcGIS for Desktop ArcGIS for Server ArcGIS for Developers ArcGIS Solutions ArcGIS Marketplace About Esri About Us Careers Insiders Blog hmmm > > Well, I'll keep digging. > > Cheers > > > On Wed, Dec 23, 2009 at 09:08, Stewart Thomas J >
Also, keyring names are case sensitive, so that could be it as well. The TLS handshake takes place and the server side receives the file. Std Return Code = 10234, Error Code = 00017 Now you can give a user READ access to a specific keyring using profiles in the RDATALIB class. Eza1735i Std Return Code = 10234, Error Code = 00010 If you just specify KEYRING RING1, the FTP client will expect every user to have a keyring called RING1.
SC3799 loggedIn: entered CZ1054 ftpPass: entered with argc = 2 SC2588 sendCmd: entered EZA1701I >>> PASS FU0521 secureWrite: entered SC3026 getReply: entered SC3995 getNextReply: entered with waitForData = TRUE FU0421 secureRead: There's something new in z/OS 1.9 called a virtual keyring. *AUTH*/* is the name of the virtual keyring that includes all of the CERTAUTH certificates. With z/OS 1.9 there's more granular support for allowing a user to have READ access to an individual keyring owned by someone else, rather than option 3 above. http://www.castaglia.org/proftpd/doc/contrib/ProFTPD-mini-HOWTO-Debugging.htmlAlso, is /var/tmp/proftpd/ a world-writable directory? Eza2897i Authentication Negotiation Failed
I'd get > Authentication successful, and the transfer would continue with no > problems. > > > > Anyway, tracking down the root cause of the failure will probably > help. Search the archives on IBMTCP-L or IBM-MAIN Dave Gibney Information Technology Services Washington State University > -----Original Message----- > From: Linux on 390 Port [mailto:[email protected]] On Behalf Of > Donald Russell Due to these side effects, map graphics are not supported in map services.SolutionsConvert map graphics to features using the Convert Graphics to Features command. Also, can you please post a complete log from both the server and if possible also the client?
On the client? Logged alph castaglia Administrator Support Hero Posts: 5110 TLS Authenication - Mainframe to Solaris « Reply #1 on: November 03, 2005, 06:53:33 pm » What does your mod_tls configuration (from proftpd.conf) If you feed Wireshark the private key of the certificate, it can decrypt the traffic (best use a temporary certificate for testing purposes).
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Feedback on this topic? It establishes a single server# and a single anonymous login. Top Profile Reply with quote botg Post subject: Re: z/OS Client using implicit TLS connection to FilezillaPostPosted: 2009-11-25 17:12 Offline Site Admin Joined: 2004-02-23 20:49 Posts: 28483 First name: With such a dump I could tell exactly what is going wrong.
COM> Date: 2008-12-18 18:07:27 Message-ID: OF04D68B79.7473DC53-ON85257523.006243AB-85257523.00635EA9 () us ! The KEYRING statement is also the place where you could specify *AUTH*/* if you wanted to try the virtual keyring I mentioned in option 1. Logged surlypants New user Posts: 3 Re: TLS Authenication - Mainframe to Solaris « Reply #5 on: February 14, 2007, 04:05:10 pm » snippet from proftpd_tls.log:Feb 13 09:07:13 mod_tls/2.1.2: TLS/TLS-C requested, I suggest you open a PMR and get some help from the Comm Server folks.
What does a TLSLog show? And the strange thing is the Server side did receive the file! If you want to do it the old fashioned way, you have to give all of the users UPDATE access in FACILITY class profile IRR.DIGTCERT.LISTRING I don't recommend this way because So if you created a keyring for USER1 named RING1, as I mentioned in option 4 of my note, you must specify KEYRING USER1/RING1 when you configure the FTP client.
As of now I consider the file transfer unsuccessful. Logged surlypants New user Posts: 3 Re: TLS Authenication - Mainframe to Solaris « Reply #4 on: February 14, 2007, 03:05:02 pm » i'm having the same scenario on freebsd 5.5-STABLE Note that this ONLY works# in standalone mode, in inetd mode you should use an inetd server# that allows you to limit maximum number of processes per service# (such as xinetd).MaxInstances The KEYRING statement is described here: http://publibz.boulder.ibm.com/cgi-bin/bookmgr_OS390/BOOKS/F1A1B471/2.12.68?SHELF=EZ2Z \ O10K&DT=20080122114206 Regards, Mike Steven Wake
DisplayLogin welcome.msg DisplayFirstChdir .message # Limit WRITE everywhere in the anonymous chroot
Maybe others know about the specific fix to the FTP daemon. 2. Top Profile Reply with quote mgcicero Post subject: Re: z/OS Client using implicit TLS connection to FilezillaPostPosted: 2009-11-25 18:00 Offline 500 Command not understood Joined: 2009-11-25 15:40 Posts: 3