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I may need to put my FM server in the but still retain the need to sync back to an internal Oracle db behind a corp firewall. Can MS support such a configuration? If not what would be required to make it work?

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Scott

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MirrorSync communicates with Oracle on Oracle's standard port, 1521, so just make sure to set your firewall to allow access on port 1521 from whatever IP address MirrorSync is running on and you should be good.

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MirrorSync communicates with Oracle on Oracle's standard port, 1521, so just make sure to set your firewall to allow access on port 1521 from whatever IP address MirrorSync is running on and you should be good.

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