Communication link failure. A time-out occurred trying to connect to the iSeries Setup

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AS/400
Linux
ODBC
I have a Linux ODBC that pushes data to the AS/400. When I am trying to connect my ODBC Linux connection, it fails and logs the following error message: [rduser@ebsdbprod ~]$ isql -v misysdb erp0101 [08S01][unixODBC][IBM][iSeries Access ODBC Driver]Communication link failure. comm rc=10060 - CWBCO1048 - A time-out occurred trying to connect to the iSeries [ISQL]ERROR: Could not SQLConnect Need assistance please.

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Interfacing between Linux ODBC & AS/400

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  • TomLiotta
    I don't have any iSeries Access configured on Linux, so I don't know where you'd access message documentation. But the CWBCO1048 timeout message is documented on Windows:   Recovery   Make sure TCP/IP has been started on that system, and that the host servers have been started. If this does not fix the problem, verify that the IP address used to attempt the connection is correct for the system. This address is logged in a previous message.   Verify TCP/IP address servers (Domain Name Systems) are configured correctly on this PC and have the correct address for this system. If the address is correct, check the HOSTS file on your computer for errors. (If you are using Microsoft TCP/IP, this file can be found in the SYSTEM32\DRIVERS\ETC subdirectory of the Windows install directory.) If the IP address specified in the HOSTS file is incorrect for the system, correct it and try the operation again.   If a TCP/IP router of some kind exists on the network between the PC and the system, make sure the router is configured to allow connections to the System i  Access for Windows host server and to the Server Mapper on the system.   Some PC firewall products are configured to block outgoing connection attempts.  If the program that failed was not allowed access to the network by a PC firewall product, contact your administrator for assistance.   The same or matching recovery steps apply on Linux.   Tom  
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  • EBSERP
    i am using Port 1601 & 1602 IS THIS CORRECT?
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  • TomLiotta
    i am using Port 1601 & 1602 IS THIS CORRECT?   I guess that depends on what you're using them for. They wouldn't relate to any of my AS/400s at all. Where are you specifying them? Where did you find those port numbers? (What documentation?)   Tom
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