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Credential retrieval failed
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TNS:packet writer failure
see ORA-12699
missing right parenthesis
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Re: RMAN connection error

Li Li

2007-08-03

Replies:
there's no solution yet, our network guys are looking into it. I thought the problem is the firewall because I can connect to the target using RMAN from another machine outside of the lab (our lab network is seperated from the production).

 
On 8/3/07, Allen, Brandon <Brandon.Allen@oneneck.com> wrote:
What was the solution - did you/they disable the firewall completely, or just open certain ports or IP addresses?  I don't know that much about firewalls - maybe they can be configured to allow only certain programs through too, e.g. they could set it to only allow sqlplus on port 1521 (or whatever your listener is on) - and not allow rman or any other program?  Any other network savvy folks on the list know if that's possible?


From: Li Li [mailto:litanli@gmail.com]

I am wondering this too. They are both connecting to the listener on the same port. I was thinking maybe there's some other ports that RMAN uses too?

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