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ONTAP S3 server is unreachable on HTTP and SSL ports

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Applies to

  • ONTAP 9.8 and higher
  • ONTAP S3 server

Issue

ONTAP S3 server seems not to be listening on ports 80 and 443, although pings to its data LIF are successful:

Vserver: S3_vserver

           Object Store Server Name: S3_vserver.example.com
               Administrative State: up
                       HTTP Enabled: true
             Listener Port For HTTP: 80
                      HTTPS Enabled: true
     Secure Listener Port For HTTPS: 443
  Certificate for HTTPS Connections: S3_vserver-s3.example.com
                            Comment:

 

pdxcob01::> network connections listening show
Vserver Name     Interface Name:Local Port              Protocol/Service
---------------- -------------------------------------  -----------------------
Node: lif
Cluster          lifA_clus1:7700                        TCP/ctlopcp
S3_vserver       lifA-S3:111                            TCP/port-map
S3_vserver       lifA-S3:111                            UDP/port-map
Cluster          lifA_clus2:7700                        TCP/ctlopcp
Node: lifB
S3_vserver       lifB-s3:111                            TCP/port-map
S3_vserver       lifB-s3:111                            UDP/port-map
Cluster          lifB_clus1:7700                        TCP/ctlopcp
Cluster          lifB_clus2:7700                        TCP/ctlopcp
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