error (25) cannot connect on socket netbackup 6.5

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Backup Exec
Domain Controllers
NetBackup 6.5
Veritas NetBackup
VLAN
Windows Server 2003
Hi

I have a test network consisting of a windows server 2003 Domain Controller, a windows server 2003 with netbackup 6.5, and a Netapps filer, all on the same isolated VLAN. All windows servers are updated with the latest updates.

I am able to add the Filer under NDMP hosts, and the credentials are verified. But I am not able to add it under the client. I get the error 25 cannot connect on socket. I am able to see the drives and shares in the filer when I run Backup and Restore Wizard. But the backup does not run, failing with an error 236.

All services are running, and no firewalls are enabled.

I have tried everything. gone through the troubleshooting guide. Would appreciate any help. I have also installed Backup Exec and the backups run without any problems.



Software/Hardware used:
Veritas netbackup 6.5
ASKED: September 30, 2009  6:35 AM
UPDATED: September 30, 2009  12:38 PM

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