configure the listener for oracle 11g r2 on centos 6.2

Log in to the Oracle server (hostname: centos) using X11 forwarding:

ssh -Y oracle@centos

Start the network configuration assistant:

netca

Choose listener configuration, add, give it a name (LISTENER), select TCP, choose port number, no

 

All done – you can now start and stop the listener with:

lsnrctl start LISTENER
lsnrctl stop LISTENER

Check the status:

lsnrctl status LISTENER

 

 

Test:

tnsping centos

Modify .bash_profile

cd
nano .bash_profile

Add:

export ORACLE_HOME_LISTENER=LISTENER

 

If you have problems connecting from a remote machine, it could be your firewall. Read this post to disable it.

 

Jan


			

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