Oracle DBA-Oracle Net Listener Configuration


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Step 4 - Oracle Net Listener Configuration

Learn Oracle - Oracle Net Listener Configuration

On the database server side, the Oracle Net listener, commonly known as the listener, is a process that listens for client connection requests. It is configured in a file named listener.ora, with a protocol address that identifies the database. This address defines the protocol the listener is listening on and any other protocol specific information. For example, the listener could be configured to listen at the following protocol address:


This example shows a TCP/IP protocol address that specifies the host machine of the listener and a port number.

STEP 4 - Next Topics
After installing your Oracle software and database, you have a fully functional database with a client/server network environment that has been minimally configured.This Step contains the topics to help you completely configure your client/server network. Learn Oracle DBA Step 4 by clicking links below:
Understanding Network ConfigurationOracle DBA
Oracle Net Listener ConfigurationOracle DBA
Client Configuration
Connection Requests
Naming Methods
Tools for Network Configuration
Viewing Listener Configuration
Starting and Shutting down the Listener
Configuring Oracle Networking on Client Machine
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