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Limiting user access using connection manager [message #195174] Wed, 27 September 2006 05:26
SilverChi
Messages: 17
Registered: September 2006
Junior Member
Hi forum...

I need to filterize which terminal within my LAN may accessing my database. I've install the Oracle Connection Manager on my server machine. In the cman.ora file i've put this config :

CMAN=
(ADDRESS=(PROTOCOL=tcp)(HOST=mysvr05)(PORT=1630))
CMAN_ADMIN=
(ADDRESS=(PROTOCOL=tcp)(HOST=mysvr05)(PORT=1830))
CMAN_RULES=
(RULE_LIST=
(RULE=
(SRC=mysvr05)
(DST=mysvr05)
(SRV=testdb)
(ACT=accept))
(RULE=
(SRC=10.5.6.*)
(DST=mysvr05)
(SRV=testdb)
(ACT=reject)))
CMAN_PROFILE=
(PARAMETER_LIST=
(LOG_LEVEL=2)
(REMOTE_ADMIN=YES)
(TRACING=on))

Then i start the cman using CMCTL. But, it won't work as i assumed. Any terminal within my LAN still available to access my database (testdb). Is it something i've done wrong?? help me plz..

Regards..
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