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Oracle Support note 413484.1
Given the information you provided I do not believe you have an issue.
For a private network there is no different. The only requirement is the servers can see each other.
There's a property called DGConnectIdentifier where you specify your TNS name if you use Data Broker.
Also StaticConnectIdentifier to allow you to specify the static listener again for Broker. These are Oracle 11 and later.
The setup steps as far a Data Guard is concerned are the same.
Active Data Guard has no special setup steps. Its all about how you start the Standby database.
Support document is
startup recover managed standby database using current logfile disconnect; Media recovery complete.
Oracle® Data Guard Concepts and Administration 11g Release 2 (11.2) E10700-02
If you want short manual setup notes here are mine :
Also I need the steps to set up a dedicated ethernet interface just for the dataguard.Hello - for this, one way is define the NIC as a separate network,
srvctl add network -k .....
and then define a listener and and a service for that network,
srvctl add listener .... -k ...
srvctl add service ... -k ...
and make sure that no other services register with that listener. This does work, but I have had problems when using DHCP/GNS.