OGG How to Define Source IP Address in Extract Parameter File on NSK (Doc ID 1343754.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 12, 2017

Applies to:

Oracle GoldenGate - Version 9.5.0.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

I am configuring a new extractor on HP Nonstop.  TCPIPPROCESSNAME is set to $ZSAM2, RMTHOST 10.77.37.118, MGRPORT 7812.
The $ZSAM2 process runs over a parallel IP stack and there are many source IP subnet addresses associated with it.  How can I define my source IP address in my param file?
 Below is my TCP process subnetted IP addresses.  I want the "source" IP address to be 10.68.48.28 and the destination IP address to be 10.77.37.118.  I can define the destination address with the RMTHOST parameter, but can't find a way to define the source address.  The source IP address currently gets defaulted to the wrong value which gets blocked by the firewall.

SCF
1-> assume process $zsam0
2-> info subnet *

TCPIP Info SUBNET \FDD3.$ZSAM0.*

Name     Devicename     *IPADDRESS       TYPE     *SUBNETMASK  SuName   QIO *R

#AUTHB0  \FDD3.L1113Q    10.68.48.29     ETHERNET  %HFFFFFC00           ON  N
#AUTHB0  \FDD3.L1113Q    10.68.48.24     ETHERNET  %HFFFFFC00           ON  N
#AUTHB0  \FDD3.L1113Q    10.68.48.28     ETHERNET  %HFFFFFC00           ON  N
#AUTHB0  \FDD3.L1113Q    10.68.48.90     ETHERNET  %HFFFFFC00           ON  N
#AUTHB0  \FDD3.L1113Q    10.68.48.92     ETHERNET  %HFFFFFC00           ON  N

Cause

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