If you are having trouble making requests through Runscope you may receive a Runscope Error Code. Below are the possible error codes and steps to help debug them.
Error Contacting Host
There was an error contacting the host. This could be a temporary connectivity error between Runscope and the remote host or it could be an error in the hostname. The error response also contains "more details" specific to the error that occured.
SSL Error / SSL Timeout
There was an error verifying the SSL connection to the remote host. Make sure the SSL certificate for the host is valid, not expired, and properly signed. If you are making requests to a host using self-signed or otherwise untrusted certificates you may turn off SSL verification in your bucket settings). Note: turning off SSL Verification reduces the security guarantees of traffic between Runscope and the remote host. See our security page for more information.
DNS Resolution Error
There was a problem resolving or otherwise connecting to the remote host. It is possible the DNS name you are trying to reach is not correct, or the remote host is rejecting connections. Check the "more details" section of the response for more specific error information.
Invalid Host Name
You may have mistyped the Gateway URL. Gateway URLs require you to use dashes (-) instead of dots (.) in the original hostname with your bucket key. See: Getting Started for more information or try the URL Helper in your dashboard.
Restricted Host Name
You are atempting to send traffic to an invalid or otherwise private hostname/IP address. Please check the Gateway URL and change it to a valid hostname. If you're having trouble constructing a valid Gateway URL try our URL Helper in your dashboard.
Invalid HTTP Response
The responding server did not return a valid HTTP response.