We are unable to telnet one linux box from hub on port 48000. However from linux box to hub telnet is ok.
There are more chance of local firewall [iptables] is enabled on the Linux robot and blocking the same. So if possible you can disabled the local firewall or allow your Nimsoft network on the Linux robot to communicate with hub.
Regards - Ripple
no it is expect to have 2 way communication for the product to work.
You will not be able to configure the probe and robot settings out of the box that way.
If you setup a passive robot you can do this.
Connect a Passive Robot to a Hub - CA Unified Infrastructure Management - 8.4 - CA Technologies Documentation
Robot is not setup as a passive. In addition, I tried the steps you mentioned above but the robot is already showing in the robot list. Even in the controller.log, i can see that robot is able to establish connection with Hub.
Problem is this that from hub we are unable to telnet to this linux box on port 48000
We have checked and found that tracert is fine and there is no firewall or blockage between the hub and robot.
Any more suggestion please?
How do i can check if iptables is enabled on the linux host.
How do i can disable it?
You need to take help from SA to disable or verify, as its required root permission.
To check iptables you can use command: iptables -L
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