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Why am I getting "Connection to host=:9997 failed" after configuring a universal forwarder on Linux?

nitheeshp86
New Member

I have configured a universal forwarder on one of our Linux systems. When i check the logs it shows

Connection to host=192.168.2.1:9997 failed (where 192.168.2.1 is splunk enterprise ) server.

I have referred to this solution but didn't work http://answers.splunk.com/answers/49833/splunk-forwarder-connection-refused-from-splunk-indexer.html

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MuS
Legend

hi nitheeshp86,

do the usual troubleshooting like:

cheers, MuS

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