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Finally, test the connection from server3 by logging in and issuing the command:
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If everything is correctly configured, as a result of the previous command, the system should display the message:
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Defining the Route Permission Table To enhance security, each SAProuter can have its own route permission file (table), which specifies the routes, TCP services, and passwords allowed or denied access. If no route permission table exists, it means that all connections are allowed. By default, when the SAProuter program is started, it looks for the route permission file saprouttab in the user's current directory (normally <sid>adm). In Windows NT systems, this file is usually located in the system32 directory of NT. You can specify a different file with the R option when starting saprouter. Figure A 5 shows an example of a permission route table exactly as you can see it, as the output of starting saprouter without options. Notice in the first column in the file, a D means deny access, while P means permit access.
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Figure A 5: Basic example of the route table file. SAP recommends that you should always use passwords for enhancing the security. Then, before SAP consultants want to establish a connection to your system, you have to give them the password.
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Setting Up SAProuter Starting SAProuter As you probably know by now from the previous examples, the SAProuter program is started by issuing the command saprouter r. You should normally start it automatically at system start, for example, by entering the start command in one of the UNIX re files. In Windows NT systems, saprouter can be installed as a service using the ntscmgr program, which will start saprouter every time the system is restarted. Remember to start it with user <sid>adm; else, you have to specify the whole path to the program. To stop the program issue the command saprouter s. You can see the list of available options by simply issuing the command saprouter. Figure A 6 shows part of the screen you get.
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Figure A 6: Command options for the saprouter program. Example of Route Definitions: Setting Up the Connection to the SAPnet R/3 Front End The example in this topic is based on a typical customer installation with the following components: Server1. In the example, the hostname is mazda (this name results from the fact that the SAP system manager got a new car). This is the only server at a customer site connected to SAP; it is running SAProuter. Server mazda is the development R/3 application server. The SAP system name is C12. Server2. In the example, the hostname is rimut. This is the productive system, which is not directly connected to SAP support servers. The SAP system name is P12. SAPserv. In the example, sapserv3 is the SAP support server assigned to this customer. This server is on the SAP end; it is running SAProuter at service port 99. OSSserv. In the example, the oss002 system. This is the final server; it offers the SAPnet R/3 front end application services in port 01. Figure A 7 shows a connection diagram for this environment.
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Figure A 7: Example of connecting two servers to SAPnet R/3 front end. Actually, the route string definitions will be directly handled by the system when entering the appropriate information in the technical settings for the SAPnet R/3 front end access from customer systems. It is assumed that the /etc/hosts file is updated in both servers (mazda and rimut), including the IP address of sapserv and the needed network routers. Even without the SAProuter server, mazda already should have access to sapserv3. The first step is to start saprouter in the server. Log in as user <sid>adm and issue the command saprouter r. Next, log onto the R/3 system with a user ID that has authorization for setting up the connection to the SAPnet R/3 front end. From the main menu, select System Services SAP Service. Alternatively, enter transaction code OSS1 in the command field. The system will display a screen like the one shown in Fig. A 8. If all the settings were already configured, clicking on Logon to the SAP Online Service System will access the SAPnet R/3 front end and present the logon screen.
Figure A 8: Initial screen for transaction OSS1. Note Please observe that many R/3 releases still refer to the Online Service System (OSS), even though the name has been changed to SAPnet R/3 front end, since it is SAP's strategy to provide all services using the Web. From the menu, select Parameters Technical Settings. The system will display a screen for setting the parameters. Clicking on the Change button allows you to enter the needed parameters in the input fields. Figure A 9 shows an example of a configuration. Notice that when you call this screen, the parameters for the SAProuter at SAP and the OSS message server already include some default values.
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