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Directory Proxy Can Not Be Registered When 'listen-address' Attribute Is Set. (Doc ID 1414561.1)

Last updated on MAY 17, 2018

Applies to:

Oracle Directory Server Enterprise Edition - Version to [Release 11gR1]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


On ODSEE a directory proxy server instance cannot be registered when listenAddress is set to an IP address in conf.ldif

  Steps to reproduce the problem:
  1.- Create a DPS instance
      $ dpadm create -p 2391 -P 2637 /ODS11.1.5.0/local/DPSinst2

  2.- Start DPS instance and check it is running
      $ dpadm start /ODS11.1.5.0/local/DPSinst2         
  3.- Modify conf.ldif to set a listenAddress
  $ dpconf set-ldap-listener-prop -p 2391
  listen-address: listen-port:2391
  Certificate "" presented by the server is not
  Type "Y" to accept, "y" to accept just once, "n" to refuse, "d" for more
  details: Y
@   Enter "cn=Proxy Manager" password:
  The proxy server will need to be restarted in order for the changes to take
  4.- Stop and Start DPS instance to take effect the changes
$ dpadm stop
$ dpadm start /ODS11.1.5.0/local/DPSinst2

@ bash-3.00# pwd
bash-3.00# more /ODS11.1.5.0/local/DPSinst2/config/conf.ldif | grep listen*
listenPort: 2391
listenPort: 2637

5.- Register DPS instance using dsccreg add-server

bash-3.00# ./dsccreg add-server -h localhost --description "My Proxy
instance2" /ODS11.1.5.0/local/DPSinst2/
@ Enter DSCC administrator's password:
/ODS11.1.5.0/local/DPSinst2/ is an instance of DPS
@ Enter password of "cn=Proxy Manager" for /ODS11.1.5.0/local/DPSinst2/:
Connecting to /ODS11.1.5.0/local/DPSinst2 (using ldap://
Failed to connect to /ODS11.1.5.0/local/DPSinst2
Server replied :
/ODS11.1.5.0/local/DPSinst2/ has not been registered in DSCC on localhost.

1.- Stop DPS instance and delete listenAddress manually in conf.ldif file.
2.- Register DPS instance in DSCC without listenAddress set in conf.ldif file.
3.- Stop DPS and set listenAddress manually in conf.ldif file


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