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Connection Closed by Foreign Host

Applies to: eRAMPSQL and eRAMP Standard

Problem: When submitting loans using SFTP from eRAMP the error "Connection Closed by Foreign Host" displays and I cannot send files to MERS.

Cause: This error is caused when eRAMP SFTP communications program is unable to connect with MERS SFTP server.

Resolution: MERS may be blocking your IP address. Have your IT department verify your IP address. Contact MERS Help Desk at Help Desk (888) 680-6377 or helpdesk@mersinc.org to request your IP address be whitelisted.





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