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Firewall considerations for RHP/FPP Server port before upgrading to 19c (Doc ID 2600879.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 18, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Database - Enterprise Edition - Version 12.2.0.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Details

 RHP server below 19c were using port 23795 for the communication.

From pre-19c

srvctl config rhpserver
Storage base path: /u01/app/rhpdir
Disk Groups: DISKGROUP
Port number: 23795
Transfer port range:
Rapid Home Provisioning Server is enabled
Rapid Home Provisioning Server is individually enabled on nodes:
Rapid Home Provisioning Server is individually disabled on nodes:
Email address:
Mail server address:
Mail server port:
Transport Level Security disabled
HTTP Secure is enabled

 

From 19c forward the port has changed to 8896

srvctl config rhpserver
Storage base path: /u01/app/rhpdir
Disk Groups: DISKGROUP
Port number: 8896
Transfer port range:
Rapid Home Provisioning Server is enabled
Rapid Home Provisioning Server is individually enabled on nodes:
Rapid Home Provisioning Server is individually disabled on nodes:
Email address:
Mail server address:
Mail server port:
Transport Level Security disabled
HTTP Secure is enabled

 

Actions

If customer has firewall rules for the RHP ports, prior to the upgrade, they would fail after the upgrade.


The change in ports for the firewall rules will impact the communication between RHPServer and RHPClients and rhp commands will fail.

 

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