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Procedure documentationChecking the Route Permission Table Locate this document in the navigation structure


One of the most common error messages is the following:


SapRouter on myhost


Route Permission Denied





A connection has not been set up because SAProuter does not allow the route concerned.


Check the route permission table of this SAProuter (on host myhost) carefully and change it, if necessary.

You can find out which directory the running SAProuter and the route permission table are in with option -l / -L.

Remember that the first entry in the route permission table for which the source address, target address, and target port match is decisive.

You can import a modified route permission table with option -n (new saprouttab).