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Tuxedo Nat Configuration On Oracle Cloud Machine Networks (Doc ID 2474950.1)

Last updated on MARCH 25, 2024

Applies to:

Oracle Tuxedo - Version 12.1.3 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


How to configure IP addressees in OCM Machines?

One Tuxedo-domain installed on two machines, each located at Oracle Cloud Machine (OCM) X6 in two datacenters. These OCM platforms use internal Network Address Translation, with different subnets.

Example network subnets are:

Datacenter P1: handoff xx.xx.xx.xx/20, internal 100.66.x.x/x (Oracle defined)

Datacenter P9: handoff xx.xx.xx.xx/20, internal 100.67.x.x/x (Oracle defined)

VM has Domain name associated with hand off network IPAddress.

<hostA> = IP#1

<hostB> = IP#2

Need to create a Tuxedo configuration, that binds listening services to internal address and offers Load Balancer address for clients.

There is no such problems with WSL, WSH, JSL or JSH services.

However, Tlisten and BRIDGE services between two machines have issue, TCF file has this configuration of the Network:

TuxMachineName01 NADDR="//hostA:port" NLSADDR="//hostA:portNLS"

TuxMachineName02 NADDR="//hostB:port" NLSADDR="//hostB:portNLS"


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