what if you perform a ping ABC from your commandline?
Is ABC visible from your client? Does your DNS resolve ABC correctly? Is
there a (private) firewall in place?
Can you perform a 'telnet ABC 1521', to test whether port 1521 on ABC
can be reached?
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On Sat, 2004-09-25 at 11:34, phani krishna wrote:
> im trying to connect only to a particular database remotely as a client with orcl 184.108.40.206 WITH WIN 2K
> Listener is started at both server and client sides.
> tnsnames.ora is edit occardingly.
> host_id abc
> Service_name: XYZ
> Steps followed:
> CONFIGURED LISTENER WITH FOLLOWING STEPSFrom client:
> * Oracle Net configuration.
> * Local Net Service Name Configuration
> * ADD -> Service_name: XYZ
> * TCP
> * HOSTNAME: ABC
> * Use the standard port number 1521
> * YES, perform a TEST
> TEST ERROR: CONNECTING ORA-12545
. CONNECT FAILED BECAUSE TARGET HOST OR OBJECT DOES NOT EXIST
> TNSPING pidb
> TNS-12541 NO LISTENER
> thanks in advance
> - phani.
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