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Do you know if this the IPv6 part of the scenario? Generated Fri, 30 Sep 2016 07:04:59 GMT by s_hv978 (squid/3.5.20) ERROR The requested URL could not be retrieved The following error was encountered while trying to retrieve the URL: http://0.0.0.10/ Connection I'm assuming this is the failure case. When tested over the same WiFi connection using Windows/Mac Receiver or iOS, there is no issue.

The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. On the bright side, Cameyo's infrastructure is now upgraded and more powerful. __________________ BlueSysOnChip Newbie Status: Offline Posts: 2 Date: Aug 16, 2015 PermalinkReplyQuotePrinter Friendly I am having this problem too. Like you, we're eager to have the site back up. Thanks Josh 1269-375133-1915158 Back to top Alan Canlin Citrix Employees #8 Alan Canlin 100 posts Posted 09 February 2016 - 04:46 PM Hi Josh, The last log (logfile_success_lte) contained a

As a quick test I built out an ipv6 VIP with the same back end authentication/STA/session policy bindings and was successfully able to configure and launch apps from the same failed All Rights Reserved Privacy & Terms Cameyo Members Login Username Password Login Remember Me New Member Lost Account Info? We did some more testing to try to determine why the process works from LTE vs WiFi, and we have a theory that it may be be ipv6 related. cameyo -> Cameyo usage -> Connection Error An internal error has occurred within the server, and the connec Subscribe Jump To:--- Main ---Virtual applications issuesCameyo usage Create your own FREE Forum

jar xvf remoteaccess.jar - this will create "com" and "META-INF" directories in the current directory 2. Why would it appear to work on LTE mode on an Android device but not through WiFi? 1269-375133-1914665 Back to top Alan Canlin Citrix Employees #2 Alan Canlin 100 The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. I did notice in the logs that the beacon look up which is used to determine if the connecion is coming from inside/outside your network is failing.

Generated Fri, 30 Sep 2016 07:04:59 GMT by s_hv978 (squid/3.5.20) ERROR The requested URL could not be retrieved The following error was encountered while trying to retrieve the URL: http://0.0.0.9/ Connection IBM developerWorksSorry! Please try IrfanView2. http://www.ibm.com/support/knowledgecenter/SS2GNX_7.2.2/com.ibm.support.tpm.doc/messages/copcom_head.html I worked with our network people here, and they confirmed that when the device is on our WiFi network, the initial portion of the configuration which appears to work properly is

Occured Constructor or [posixConn] Caught exception in SSHConnection constructor connecting to remote system: java.net.ConnectException: CTGRI0026E A connection could not be completed to during the specified timeout interval. Attached is the log file from successful LTE connection which we suspect is ipv4. Open a connection to the managed resource - e,g, > open ssh hostname adapter_user password - or > open ssh hostname adapter_user key_password key_file - Replace the italicized words with their There may be a difference in how Android OS/Receiver for Android handles this dual stack scenario compared to Windows/Mac/iOS clients as they can connect to the same ipv4 VIP from the

It should look something like this:"http://saturn.cameyo.com:8080/client.xhtml?id=c/play&appName=LibreOffice&token=b7bbd57c-33fd-498e-9401-c461216a7689" -- Edited by cameyoco on Monday 17th of August 2015 12:49:34 AM __________________ BlueSysOnChip Newbie Status: Offline Posts: 2 Date: Aug 17, 2015 PermalinkReplyQuotePrinter Friendly Here https://discussions.citrix.com/topic/375133-receiver-android-381-an-error-has-occurred-in-your-connection-try-connecting-again/ I did try the android app, which seems to work. __________________ cameyoco Senior Member Status: Offline Posts: 228 Date: Aug 17, 2015 PermalinkReplyQuotePrinter Friendly Could you please attempt a connection and Please try the request again. However our feeling is that this shouldn't make a difference if the device is dual stack and can communicate over ipv4, then it should work regardless of how ipv6 is configured.

This document covers the scenario where the RXA component cannot setup a session. To be clear, what do you mean by 'view their apps'? developerWorks is offline The developerWorks site is offline for a bit. Thanks Josh Attached Files logfile_success.txt 20.54K 6 downloads logfile_fail.txt 20.54K 6 downloads 1269-375133-1914825 Back to top Alan Canlin Citrix Employees #4 Alan Canlin 100 posts Posted 08 February 2016 -

Your cache administrator is webmaster. The logs output by Receiver contain would contain no IPv6 information if it was using IPv6. I have test my own applications from dropbox, a number of apps from public, including IrfanView. Thanks Alan 1269-375133-1914963 Back to top Joshua Bilsky Members #5 Joshua Bilsky 135 posts Posted 08 February 2016 - 02:55 PM Hi Alan, Sorry about that.

Thanks Josh Attached Files logfile_success_lte.txt 44.56K 4 downloads 1269-375133-1914998 Back to top Alan Canlin Citrix Employees #6 Alan Canlin 100 posts Posted 09 February 2016 - 10:41 AM Hi Josh, We have disabled the AppFlow feature without any success. At that point when they attempt to tap on the newly created account, they get presented with the "An error has occurred in your connection.

Could you do this on your production NetScaler?

Your cache administrator is webmaster. See the attached function.txt for details prtconf -k | grep 64 pwd Note: All commands have the following return code parsing command appended to them, but this should not make a Here is the URL when I try to play IrfanView from public: jupiter.cameyo.com:8080/client.xhtml __________________ Anonymous Date: Jul 28, 2015 PermalinkReplyQuotePrinter Friendly I have the same issue.I am trying to use this If the adapter user is not allowed to run these commands, or any of them take longer than 5 seconds to return, RXA will retry the entire sequence until the connection

From what I'm hearing from our development team, IPv6 may not be supported. Try connecting again." message. jar cvfm remoteaccess.jar META-INF/MANIFEST.MF com - this will rejar the file with the earlier manifest information 5. The value must be specified in milliseconds, so 60 seconds would be 60000.

We have found that on two different Android devices (Nexus 6/Galaxy Note 4) that Receiver 3.8.1 will connect via LTE data mode but not over WiFi mode. Try connecting again." Started by Joshua Bilsky , 04 February 2016 - 08:06 PM Login to Reply receiver 3.8.1 android netscaler 10.5 connection error storefront 2.6 storefront 3.0 8 replies to They get prompted to enter their credentials and then they can select the proper StoreFront store. You say you got it working configuring a NetScaler with an IPv6 VIP.

Edit current_dir/com/ibm/tivoli/remoteaccess/util/constants/constants.properties to update the following line: run_timeout_internal_millis_unix = 5000 3. I do not know of any issues in this area, but I have asked the development team for their inputs on this. I believe many of the ISPs such as Comcast are shifting customers to IPV6 addressing as well as home routers that distribute both IPV4 and IPV6 addressing to the clients. developerWorks Maintenance Updates Connect with IBM developerWorksdeveloperWorks on FacebookdeveloperWorks on TwitterdeveloperWorks on LinkedIndeveloperWorks on YouTubedeveloperWorks on Google+ United States English English IBM® Site map

Did you see anything in the log that I posted yesterday that would point to an ipv6 related issue? Thanks Alan 1269-375133-1915173 Back to top Joshua Bilsky Members #9 Joshua Bilsky 135 posts Posted 09 February 2016 - 05:39 PM Hi Alan, We might be able to enable the Watson Product Search Search None of the above, continue with my search Troubleshooting UnixLinux connection failure in RXA component UnixLinux RXA timeout checklist debug rxa manual connection posix ssh Technote (troubleshooting) Copy the following files to this directory: jlanclient.jar from $ITDI_HOME/jars/3rdparty/others remoteaccess.jar from $ITDI_HOME/jars/3rdparty/IBM ssh.jar from $ITDI_HOME/jars/3rdparty/IBM 3.

Environment Requires ITDI 6.1.1-FP6 or higher Diagnosing the problem More information about the failure can be gathered by testing the RXA component from the command line. Create a temporary directory 2. Please re-enable javascript to access full functionality.