RE: Hi again

Hi Lee,
You could use Oracle Advanced security for the encryption. In ASO you are 
looking at encrption at the network layer.
ASO at the network layer is very easy to configure, essentially a few 
lines in sqlnet.ora at the source and destination. You need to purchase 
ASO option for the source and most likely the data guard environment. 


See additional resources under the link:
http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/database/options/advanced-security/index.html
On the same page under the "Hands-on" section click "Configuring native network 
encryption" for a 30 min tutorial. 

If ASO is cost prohibitive, you may look into setting up a secured tunnel 
(free) between the source and target database. Secured tunnel adds another 
layer to monitor/troubleshoot/fix etc. Google search "ssh secured tunnel" 
should find you plenty of links.

HTH
-Upendra

> Subject: Hi again
> Date: Thu, 18 Aug 2011 13:58:25 +0100
> From: Lee.Robertson@xxxxxxxxxx
> To: oracle-l@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> 
> Hi Guys,
> 
> I haven't been around for a while but have been given a new project to
> set up and I thought I would ask all you good folks on here for some
> guidance. :-)
> 
> Basically, what I need to do (or at least investigate initially), is to
> set up a DataGuard configuration, Primary plus one Physical Standby and
> while the data within the database itself is not to be encrypted, they
> have asked if encrypted redo transporting is an option.
> 
> Never done anything like this before (lucky me eh?) so if anyone could
> offer suggestions/white papers/idiot guides etc I would be most grateful
> 
> I have seen various docs showing me how to set up the actual data guard
> piece which seems fairly straightforward, I guess its more the
> encryption  piece I cannot really nail down through Google etc....
> 
> I assume, if it is possible it is going to need Advanced Security Option
> installing ?
> 
> Oracle 10gr2 (or possibly 11g, waiting to find out for definite) on
> RHEL.   V  5.2
> 
> Cheers
> 
> Lee
> 
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