Re: Listener configure - port 1521 - how not to handoff to a higher port???

Exactly what i am looking for by the looks of it,

now jsut to find out how to do it on hp-ux 11.23 for oracle EE 10.2.0.2
in a RAC environment.

G

> Hi George,
> If you're using Oracle on Windows there is a registry setting
> USE_SHARED_SOCKET which when set to TRUE will force the listener to
> receive
> and respond only on port 1521 - great for strict firewall situations! I'm
> unsure if there's a *nix equivalent.
>
> Cheers,
>
> Stuart.
>
> On 9/6/06, George <george@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>
>>
>> Hi all
>>
>> HOW:???
>>
>> normally the connection process goes something like.
>> 1. enter username, password and service name and hit enter.
>>
>> 2. this makes the sqlplus tool query tnsnames.ora to find where the
>> service is.
>>
>> 3. it approaches/contacts that service via a first contact process via
>> the
>> defined service parameters, ip, port and service/sid name. The listener
>> replies. connect to the following IP (same on standalone, can be
>> different
>> node VIP on RAC) and a taget port number...
>>
>> 4. sqlplus then goes to supplied ip and port and the user process is
>> started and user gets connected.
>>
>> Now. how can you define the possible range for reconnect/supplied ports
>> to
>> connect to OR how can i limit it so that all connections is done via
>> 1521... RAC environment
>>
>> thanks
>>
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>> George
>>
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