Hi, How may I use ASR without getting a static IP from my internet provider?
Please let me known any possible way to make it.
Alternately, if you can get a static IP for some sort of server (Windows or linux system), you can always remotely connect to THAT system and then access ASR from it.
For years, I've been accessing ASR from a linux server with a static IP address, using sqlplus. Not everyone wants to use the command line though.
When I got OpenDB access, I used that same server to access that.... However, I installed Oracle SQL Developer on it, and now remotely connect using x2go, so I get a graphic interface...
To use ASR an External facing (routable) Static IP of the machine (PC) you would be using to connect to your environment's ASR database would be needed. If you do not currently have a External facing (routable) Static IP, it is recommended to contact your institution's IT Department to have a External facing (routable) Static IP assigned to the computer intending on being used.
If your network has its own internal IPs which are not visible from the outside, the static external IP that is needed is an External facing (routable) Static IP set up on your local machine that is accessible externally.
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