RE: oracle and vpn

From: Pedro Espinoza <>
Date: Sat, 25 Oct 2008 08:13:17 -0700
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In our network design, the database hosts are not reachable from front end boxes (say, from web servers) and from the corporate boxes (where we land in). These database hosts are accessible from app server boxes and from a couple of boxes where we login from. ACLs and Inter VLAN routing, etc, are do the trick.

On Thu, Oct 23, 2008 at 12:08 PM, Dba DBA <>wrote:

> Ok, not specifically an oracle issue, but I am not sure where to post this.
> I am not a network admin. The place I am working does not have a senior one.
> I can connect to VPN to a remote site.
> I cannot tnsping the database I was told are currently. I have the full IP
> address. However, it is an internal 10.1.x.x IP address. I cannot ping them
> either. This could be expect since alot of places block ping traffic.

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