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PIX SQLNET question [7:46918] posted 06/18/2002
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I opened a TAC case to ask what the difference was between the SQLNET
command and opening a port for Microsoft SQL. Here is what the reply

The reason there is a SQLNET command is because Oracle traffic is not
NAT compliant and Microsoft SQL 2000 traffic is NAT compliant

Just figured I would share.


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