My experience is that this error is often caused by the Windows XP firewall. Try to disable the firewall for debugging. If this is successful identify which ports need to be opened for the application playback to work correctly.
Thank you for your information. Unfortunately my application is running on Windows2003 SP2 and not on XP. I am also recording on a application that uses Smart Sockets as the protocol. I will try to see what else I can do with the firewall settings.
I have tried increasing the connection timeout. But that doesn't help.
Coz, it is SSH, likely SSH encryption happening. When trying to replay recorded script, looks like a new key is generated and encryption is based on that. Since I'm sending the same data recorded, Server may not be getting the expected data and hence the error. There is no value that can be directly correlated from any previous receive buffers.
Any idea if some encryption logic can be applied to the script to get right data to be passed to server with the new key? or is there another way out of this????
In this case I believe that the problem was there was a lot of binary data being generated as code. This may not be the issue you have. If possible please post a new thread with as much detail to what your issue is.
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