Accept insecure incoming RFC connections on an SNC-enabled applicationserver
By default, after the Secure Network Communication (SNC) module isactivated, an SAP application server rejects all incoming conventional(non SNC-secured) RFC connections from external C programs or SAPsystems.
If you also want to continue to accept insecure RFC connections (forexample, from old RFC programs or SAP systems without SNC), you need toconfigure that using this switch.
This parameter initially relates to all RFC connections, including thosefrom the same SAP system (internal RFCs). You can perform additionalconfiguration for the effect on internal RFCs using parametersnc/accept_insecure_r3int_rfc.
0 (that is, only secure connections are possible)
Who is allowed
Limitation for os
Limitation for db
snc/enable> - Activation of the SNC module (SecureNetwork Communication)
snc/accept_insecure_r3int_rfc> -Permit insecure internal RFCs
snc/only_encrypted_rfc> - Force the useof encrypted RFC connections
- 0 insecure connections are not accepted
- 1 insecure connections are accepted
- U insecure connection is accepted, if permitted for the user (indicatorin user master record)