If you have a UNIX machine on the same segment as the win95 client you
can use the snoop command on the UNIX machine to monitor the
networktraffic and figure out on which port and protocol the win95
client is trying.
snoop -o output.dat host <ip number of the server or the client>
This makes a file called output.dat that contains info about all the
packets that traffeld to or from that host for as long as it is running.
So when it runs try with your client to connect to server with SQL*Net.
After that stop the snoop process with Contol-C
Please read on don't try something like more or cat output.dat but use:
snoop -v -i ouput.dat | more
>Van: Sergio Untiveros[SMTP:suntiver @
>Verzonden: vrijdag 27 februari 1998 17:06
>Aan: Firewalls @
>Onderwerp: Help on MSProxy v2.0!
>I am using MS Proxy Server v2.0 on NT v4.0. we have a Oracle server v7.2.
>I want to connect a client win95 with SQL*Net via the proxy server v2.0.
>my problem is, i can't to grant rigths (Protocol and Port) for to connect to
>Oracle Server. What Do I do?
>What Protocol and Port use SQL*NET?
>The diagram is following:
>10.10.10.150 + ------------- Proxy Server v2.0---------- Oracle Server
>Waiting your answer via mail.
>Ing. Sergio Untiveros Avilés
>Consultor en Administración, Análisis
>Monitoreo y Seguridad de Redes
>Tel. 511-4750065 Ext. 2661