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ping from cloud instance to a vm hosted on my own virtualbox

i want to be able to ping from cloud instance to a vm hosted on my own virtualbox for a demo,i'm not able to ping static ip given to virtualbox guest from cloud instance,can anyone assist?
Hello,If your VM isn't accessible from the public internet (you're not describing your network setup but I will suppose it isn't), the only way to accomplish this is to install a two-way VPN connection between your local network and the remote network.This documentation can be useful: https://docs.oracle.com/en/cloud/iaas/compute-iaas-cloud/mcvpn/toc.htm  Why would you want to ping your VM from the cloud datacenter by the way, what's the real need for it? Regards
Hi Alex, Thank you for your reply,let me explain the case in more details --we are trying to create demo that represent creating a DR site on Cloud,while the Primary DB will be on premise,we will Not use DBaas Only Iaas,for that we created a vm on a virtualbox representing the primary on premise DB. --we are able to reach DB instance on Cloud without any issue,the vise versa is needed so the DR can communicate with Primary Site --the vm is Not accessible to public internet ,it's created on a test server not connected to any network
Understood, You'll need a two-way VPN established for your scenario to work.  May I suggest a simpler solution though? You can create your "primary" site in the cloud also.Regards
Hi 3156144, I'm sure you are trying to say something different : "the vm is Not accessible to public internet ,it's created on a test server not connected to any network" . If it is not connected to any network , you surely will not be able to ping it.Just remember that the default Oracle Cloud setup  is "no connections for anyone" . For all network access, inbound and outbound, you need to set up Egress and Ingress rules, stateful or stateless, for each type of traffic you want to allow. Is "Networking - FAQ | Oracle Cloud Infrastructure" of any help ?  Kind regards, Rene Fennet 
Hi Rene, Yes you are correct the explaination is quitly correct,the vm guest can access to Internet through bridged connection from my Host machine,however the Host machine is not connected to Lan network only to Direct internet connection with no real IP,i guess this demo needs to  a real ip for Host machine which can be pinged from cloud instance.
Yes, if you're able to obtain a public IP for your instance (or set up a NAT that could forward traffic from a public IP to your local VM, then there will be no need for VPN connecting your two networks.

Policy Agent compatibility for Windows in VM-Ware

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Does the Access Manager webagents compatible with Windows Webservers which are virtualised and uses VM-Ware.
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I don't know why it wouldn't work. I would make sure that if session notification was enabled that the VM was externally reference via NAT or a physical IP address.

Virtual Servers

We have a number of web servers we are migrating from 4.1 to 6.0. In the 4.1 environment we have a different Web Instance for the Non-Secure and the Secure instances. They can be shutdown independently.
In the 6.0 environment is Virtual Servers the way to go? It appears you can easily add a listen socket for both 80 and 443, and then under the Class Manager setup 2 virtual servers.
What are the pros and cons of doing it this way?
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I would recommend using a single server instance with two listen sockets, one SSL and one non-SSL. This should reduce the amount of system resources required and consolidate administration of your web sites.
Depending on how your web sites are configured, you can either use a single virtual server for both SSL and non-SSL listen sockets or create a separate virtual server for each listen socket. Using a single virtual server is simpler, but less flexible.

how can I verify that the firewall is actually function?

Hi Guys,  I installed an oracle AVDF demostrate environment on vmware virtual machines with One VM for AV, One for DF, and One hosts the SQL Server 2012, I deployed both the audit vault agent and database firewall policy for the SQL Server secured target, enable the sql server buildin audit feathures. The AV UI report the firewall is in normal status, but I can only find trace data gathered by the agent in activity reports. How can I verify that the firewall is actually function?  Thanks in advance.
hi I suggest to install another VM that can act as a client, use two separate private networks inside VMWare, makesure FW has at least 3 NICs, one for the management interface and the other two you put into the two privatenetworks respectively, then make a bridge in the firewall and configure it so it bridges those 2 NICs on those twoseparate private networks, the client and server host must each be placed into  those separate private networks,I suggest to give them another network card so you can make direct connections and also via the bridge,you can use IP addresses on the same subnet for client and server (of course the IP's differ but they are on thesame subnet, the bridge IP must also be in that subnet), then make sure to open the bridge and when youconnect from the client VM to the server the traffic can be configured to go through the bridge, you can then verify thiswith the capture tool and also to see if you can monitor sql with the firewall. This is known to work using virtualboxand oracle client / server and I don't see how this cannot be done with vmware and a sql server database, greetings, Harm ten Napel

Oracle VM server

Anyone know how I can communicate two machines Oracle VM Server?I'm trying to make ping each other and can not communicate I get the following description: Destination Host Unreachable.Someone that I can tonics if such connection is possible.
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Anyone know how I can communicate two machines Oracle VM Server?
I'm trying to make ping each other and can not communicate I get the following description: Destination Host Unreachable.
Someone that I can tonics if such connection is possible.
Of course it is possible.  Just like with physical servers, you have to configure the nework components correctly.  Each has to have an IP address that is known to the other and reachable from the other. I've worked a lot with VirtualBox, but never with Oracle VM Server.  But if I were facing your issue, I'd start here
Ok, thank you very much for the advice, review the configuration again.

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