You need to open the port/IP at client side to allow access for your demo server. Contact client network team and they will do it.
As every client they have their own network inside and wont allow outside network.
I think all ports are open because my EM can access our remote cloud server using
but it can not access the EBS apps using
What could be the difference? Is it because of the HTTPS of EM?
I can access YOUTUBE and GOOGLE as well.
Is it because they are using HTTPS?
Buy the way, my laptop is also connecting to the network wifi of the client.
But why is that I can access our remote EBS server.
But the PC workstation which is connected via LAN wire can not?
I can see you are able to ping the server, can you make entry on /system32/etc/host and try? Also try to disable the firewall.
Also if you are able to access on your laptop then it should be issue with client internal network and domain.
Some firewalls only allow ports 80 and 443. You may need a special firewall rule to allow http connections to f91163.compute-600373379.oraclecloud.internal 8000.
Please type the following from the client network to see if port 8000 is going out:
telnet f91163.compute-600373379.oraclecloud.internal 8000
You should see connected to message with Escape character '']''
Thanks Michael and Prasant,
I will ask first the network admin. Even the telnet command is not enabled in the PC workstation
I already done this once since this is the first step in the task > /system32/etc/host
I can not disable the firewall because I am connected to the PROD network.
***Also if you are able to access on your laptop then it should be issue with client internal network and domain.<< How do I tell the network admin what to value to enter to their domain?
as suggested above check the telnet for port resolveness
telnet hostname <port>
Is remote server linux then check the SELinux status too [sestatus]
Thanks Shaik and ALL,
I will check on Monday.
The network admin just uncheck the proxy server setting and it goes okay.
But the problem is the PC is accessing currently their old EBS 12.0.6 and with java 1.6
Then I need to access cloud EBS 12.2.6 which uses java 1.8
Can they co-exist?
Try to install java 1.8 and use 1.8 Java while opening 12.2.
Will it not mess up the current settings? I am afraid they will not be able to access their EBS 12.0.6 any more
Do I need to uninstall the java 1.6 used by the EBS 12.0.6 ? or they can co-exist with java 1.8 for EBS 12.2.6?
No, There is an option in Java control options to choose both or one.