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Remote Connection Problem to Oracle, Err Msg ORA-12535

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I need a remote ODBC connection to my oracle database through a dialup line. Connection to database works fine on the LAN setup, but switched to Dialup Mode, It does not work. I created different Net Service Names for LAN and Dialup setup with their corresponding IP addresses.

The error encountered was ORA-12535: TNS Operation Time out. Is there additional setting required? What can be the cause of the problem? please help

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tony.
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pbybee earned 25 total points
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The network latency on your dialup line is causing TNS to
time out.

In your listener.ora file increase the connect_timeout
parameter it's probably set to 10 seconds, try 20 seconds.

or

Use lsnrctl show connect_timeout, if you don't want to bounce your listener, type set connect_timeout 20
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by:catherinedevlin
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Sometimes firewall problems cause timeout errors.  If increasing connect_timeout doesn't help, maybe your dialup connection is outside the firewall.  Check with your network people.

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Hi tonylak,
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Finalized today.  Points split.
Points for catherinedevlin -> http://www.experts-exchange.com/jsp/qShow.jsp?qid=20313348
Thanks for your help here, Dan.
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