Error in Configuration and End to end monitoring

Hi all,
I am getting error in RWB  under configuration and end to end  monitoring.
End to end monitoring iam getting
"Neither the messager server nor the application server can be reached for system pirdev.titan.co.in"
and under
Configuration
"Cannot read the configuration for the selected domain because the system was unable to connect to the monitoring server (possibly due to incorrect logon data). Error message: Neither the messager server nor the application server can be reached for system pirdev.titan.co.in"
Please help me.
Regards
Pradeep P N

Hi,
Have you gone throgh these threads.
Neither the messager server nor the application server can be reached
Error when I click "End-to-End monitoring" in XI runtime workbench
Neither the messager server nor the application server can be reached
Regards
Goli Sridhar

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