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Message "CAS9899E - Sysid Mismatch, expected: TMVSY Found: TMVSX" after upgrade to CCS r12

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Issue/Introduction

Description:

Following an upgrade of Common Services from r11 SP8 to r12, when CCI starts, the following is issued:
CAS9899E - SYSID Mismatch, expected: TMVSY Found: TMVSX

Solution:

Download and install CCI solution RO18290. Following is the description associated with this solution.

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CCITCPGW - Connections Using Wrong IP Address
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CCITCPGW does not process nodenames on NODE statements correctly to obtain the correct TCP/IP address. This causes a connection attempt to the originating system.

SYMPTOM:
This condition causes CCITCPGW message -
CAS9899E - SYSID Mismatch, expected: XXXX Found: YYYY

IMPACT:
CCI peer to peer TCP/IP connections will not be established which will most likely result in CA products not being able to communicate to remote platforms.

CIRCUMVENTION:
Code the CCI NODE statement with a TCP/IP address rather than a nodename or switch to the TCPSSLGW protocol.

PROBLEM RESOLUTION: Apply the following PTF to the system.
Refresh LLA if necessary, restart CCITCPGW.

Environment

Release:
Component: CCIMVS