Method used by clients to connect to oracle database server

Q.   Which method is used by the clients to connect to the oracle database server?
- Published on 27 Jul 15

a. TCP/IP
b. DECNET
c. Both A & B
d. None of the above

ANSWER: Both A & B
 

    Discussion

  • Nirja Shah   -Posted on 30 Sep 15
    TCP/IP
    - “TCP/IP” is the acronym that is commonly used for the set of network protocols that compose the Internet Protocol suite.

    - Many texts use the term “Internet” to describe both the protocol suite and the global wide area network.

    - “TCP/IP” refers specifically to the Internet protocol suite.

    - “Internet” refers to the wide area network and the bodies that govern the Internet.

    - To interconnect your TCP/IP network with other networks, you must obtain a unique IP address for your network.

    - At the time of this writing, you obtain this address from an Internet service provider (ISP).

    - If hosts on your network are to participate in the Internet Domain Name System (DNS), you must obtain and register a unique domain name.

    - The InterNIC coordinates the registration of domain names through a group of worldwide registries.

    DECnet
    - If you attempt a cross-group connection to a nonactive group using the DECnet transport, Oracle MessageQ attempts to start a default DECnet object.

    - If the DECnet default account has been eliminated from the system on which the group is running, DECnet intrusion alarms are generated every time a Oracle MessageQ group attempts to connect to a nonactive group.

    - You can eliminate DECnet intrusion alarms by creating a dummy DECnet object to handle the connection attempt.

    - The dummy DECnet object is configured to accept and then immediately drop the connection.

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