If you have to pass Oracle SQL traffic through a firewall it is
recommended to use Oracle's Connection Manager. With the Connection
Manager you have to open only one specified port to the Connection
Manager. The Connection Manager acts as a proxy for SQL queries.


On Tue, 2005-08-02 at 13:01 -0700, staf wagemakers wrote:
> Hi,
>
> I try to use the sqlnet2 service in the policy of a
> checkpoint FW-1 NG firewall.
>
> But this doesn't work as It's supposed to be.
>
> Oracle starts to use random higher ports after the
> connection and the checkpoint firewall drops these
> connections.
>
> While de sqlnet2 module should handle these stateful.
>
> Has someone a solution to this problem?
>
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