I have recently installed Autodesk Vault 2013 (client) onto our server ( Vault server).
The server is configured to IPv4 and firewall is switched off.
We are receiving an error (319 in server logs) when trying to aquire a license to run the Vault client.
11/12/2012 11:52:03 **************************************************
Error: Soap Exception ( mesg-id = 634908235237587890 )
Exception: LicensingError  (20)
Server stack trace:
Exception rethrown at :
Thanks in advance.
Have you verified that your lisense service is running? In our case it was being automatically shut off on the server once a month when the server ran automatic Windows updates. I had to go to the server and manually restart the lisense service. Last month I shut off the auto updates on the server,... crossing my fingers that this solved the problem.
Thanks for your reply.
We already have one Vault server picking up the license from the same license server working ok.
For some reason this second server is not.. The services can not be the issue.
Anything else I could try?
Sounds like you are using replication? Unfortunately I am not too well versed in replication issues. I'm going to bump this for some other guru to look at.
We're not using replication. We have two different sites set up.
Both sites should point to the same license server based on the LICPATH.LIC file.
Connecting to site A is fine, but using the same machine connecting to site B is failing to obtain the license... even though it is pointing to the same license server.
Has this worked before and just became a problem, or is it a new issue?
On the server that is having trouble getting licenses, open a command shell and ping the license manager hostname. You may find that the hostname is being resolved to an IPv6 address instead of an IPv4 address. If that is the case you can either switch to the IPv6 license manager (which would require all access to be via IPv6), fix the name resolution so you get an IPv4 address, or use the IPv4 address instead of the hostname in the server's LICPATH.lic file.
Thanks for your reply. I can confirm that pinging our license server it is resolving in IPv4 format.
Please see attachment.
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