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    How to solve IP address problem on FC3 for Oracle 10g


    I know it sounds stupid to ask this kind of question here. But I have no way out for this problem. So hope gurus here to give me some helps.

    I have installed FC3 and Oracle 10g on my home PC successfully. DB is up runing and FC3 has been updated timely. The problem is that I signed up a residential internet service with dynimac IP address. The IP address changed frequently. It has affected me to run isqlplus, listener and ioem. Obviously, I need a static IP address to run my Oracle 10g. The question is: I have no intention to pay for a business internet account for a static IP address. Are there any other alternatives I choose to solve this problem. I have thought about some options. 1. use the machines Hostname instead of IP address to configure these files right. 2. Create some scripts to chack and update the IP address information in DB files. But I am not sure the possibility of success to do these steps. Anyone got good ideas, please give me a hand. Thanks in advance

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    If you're using Oracle only on your local machine, just use 127.0.0.1 as the IP address.

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    Could you please give me more details? Thanks a Lot

    Could you please give me more explainations

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