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I'm looking for ways to best secure the connections from our Solaris servers/assets to Oracle
& attached are the firewall rules Oracle requests to permit.
Does Oracle ASR offers tunneling or site to site VPN to them for this service?
For outgoing connections, we plan to make our Solaris servers go out via a proxy to
Oracle : is this going to make it more secure or the practice with other customers?
I suppose for incoming connections, people don't normally make them go thru
proxy. Is there any way to secure this or it's just via firewall NAT?
Should we dedicate a specific NIC / LAN port on the Sun servers (say Backup LAN's
port) for this purpose or it doesn't matter?
is there any way to capture detailed connection logs or traffic logs with Oracle for this setup?
Any other ways to secure this?
We want to setup and configure the Oracle Auto Service Request [ ASR ] for SUN server hardware . We seek your approval to implement it and open the required port to talk to outside world (Oracle).
Auto Service Request is a feature that automates the Support Services process by using fault event telemetry from your qualified Oracle hardware products to initiate a service request. The software infrastructure detects faults at your site and …