#9 Getting error

Java RTK

Can anybody "Please" Help..........

I am trying to connect to ote1.afilias.net (for
the .info registry ):

C:\WINDOWS\Desktop>java -
Dssl.props.location=c:\afilias\java\ssl -Drtk.props.fil
e=c:\afilais\java\etc\rtk.properties DomainExample

but i keep getting this error

Start of the Domain example...
Connecting to the EPP Server and getting the greeting
code: [2601] lang: [null] msg: [Unexpected
server disconnect]

I am having all required classes in the classpath :

Earlier i was getting an error regarding unable to
file TLS algorith but after adding this line :
that error has gone and this new error has cropped up.

I have not touched any file apart from the above

I would be very greatful if someone could help.

Dinesh Singh.


  • Daniel Manley

    Daniel Manley - 2001-10-23

    Logged In: YES

    It may be better to debug this with Afilias tech support
    directly since they can see the server logs on their side
    which might give a clue as to why you're connection is being
    rejected (hmm... maybe you're using an IP that they don't
    know about).

    Have you tried turning debug on for SSL and the RTK to make
    sure the greeting is received? Use "-Djavax.net.debug=all"
    when running the sample. To increase debug levels in the
    RTK, change the line in DomainExample that looks like this:




    That will show all debug messages (level TWO shows the XML
    going back and forth between the client and the server).

    Hope this helps.

  • Daniel Manley

    Daniel Manley - 2001-10-23
    • milestone: --> Java RTK
  • Daniel Manley

    Daniel Manley - 2001-10-23
    • assigned_to: nobody --> tubadanm
  • Daniel Manley

    Daniel Manley - 2001-11-06
    • status: open --> closed
  • Daniel Manley

    Daniel Manley - 2001-11-06

    Logged In: YES

    Got word from Dinesh that he was able to connect with the
    assistance of Afilias Tech support. Closing this request.


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