RE: Oracle and Windows Update.
Date: Wed, 31 Aug 2005 18:22:04 -0700
In this case, opening port is of no use because your oracle might be using
other random self created ports temporary. Unless you use a sniffer to
capture all ports used and add them in the exception list, it will be a very
Another way is to add exception for application instead of ports. This will
allow the entire oracle apps to function rather than depend on ports used.
This is a better approach.
Just found a link quite similar to your case. Hope it helps.
- sonicwall soho2 and oracle 8i
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