What TCP ports does the Oracle Agent use?

Article:TECH74284  |  Created: 2009-01-08  |  Updated: 2012-08-10  |  Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH74284
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Issue



What TCP ports does the Oracle Agent use?


Solution



List of Backup Exec Oracle Agent TCP ports:
 
No. Session Name Media Server Process Media Server TCP Port Connection Direction Oracle Server Process Oracle Server TCP Port
1 NDMP control bengine.exe dynamic --> beremote.exe 10,000 (*1)
2 CORBA bengine.exe 5633 (*2) <-- oracle.exe dynamic
3 NDMP control bengine.exe dynamic --> oracle.exe dynamic (*1)
4 NDMP data bengine.exe dynamic --> oracle.exe dynamic (*1)
5 NDMP data bengine.exe dynamic --> beremote.exe dynamic (*1)


Description:

Session #1 is an initial session, mainly used for starting the RMAN command and getting a status of Oracle with session #5.

Session #2 is a job control session under Oracle SBT (Serial Backup Tape) library, which starts actual data transfer and checks catalog information. When a backup job is initiated from the RMAN command instead of the Media Server, this session becomes an initial session instead of session #1.

Session #3 and #4 are actual data transfer sessions using the Network Data Management Protocol (NDMP) between the Media Server and the Oracle SBT library. NDMP uses two sessions, session #3 is a control session and session #4 is a data transfer session.

Footnotes:

(*1) To change NDMP port number 10,000 and NDMP dynamic port range, please refer to the next document.
 http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH24256 

(*2) To change the CORBA port number, please refer to the next document.
  http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH58180  



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