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Putty setting help needed ! [message #270111] Tue, 25 September 2007 14:57 Go to next message
jroracledba
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Registered: August 2007
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Hi
Gurus,

I am working on servers for example S1,S2,S3 Via LAN network having Proxy server settings(through Putty)at my work.And i can connect to S2,S3 very well.

On one of the server S1 that is not belongs to this organization (can say private server at Home) that i am trying to connect through this network.But i am not able to connect it.
Also i set Proxy in Putty to , but it doesnt, work !

Also i can connect to S1 from my home easily , without any setting.

Please guide me.i need to excess server S1.
Thanks in advance !!
Re: Putty setting help needed ! [message #270115 is a reply to message #270111] Tue, 25 September 2007 15:13 Go to previous messageGo to next message
BlackSwan
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This problem & solution have NOTHING to do with Oracle.
You need to obtain assistance from your LOCAL network/systems administrator.

Good Luck!
Re: Putty setting help needed ! [message #270141 is a reply to message #270111] Tue, 25 September 2007 22:09 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Arju
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Check out options settings, account name and password as well as port. I like better ccproxy rather than putty.

Anyway, It is not oracle related question.
Re: Putty setting help needed ! [message #270333 is a reply to message #270141] Wed, 26 September 2007 10:15 Go to previous message
mson77
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Registered: August 2007
Location: Brazil
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Hello jroracledba,

Clarify your scenario:

At your work/company:
1) You have servers S2 and S3;
2) You are on a LAN;
3) You connect thru "putty" using proxy setting;
4) You have a Microsoft windows laptop to connect on S2 and S3;

At your home:
1) You have server S1;
2) You are on a LAN;
3) You connect thru "putty" with no proxy setting on S1;
4) You have a Microsoft windows laptop to connect on S1;

What you are trying to do:
1) From your work to want to connect on S1 located in your home?

If yes... you should to know the whole network scenario including your home's broadband link specs. Should check your company's firewall/proxy settings in terms of permission... and firewall incoming rules of your home link.

anacedent wrote
You need to obtain assistance from your LOCAL network/systems administrator.




Regards,


mson77
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