You create a virtual IP address for the Siebel Web Server Extension (SWSE) and Oracle BI Presentation Services in order to make it appear that all servers are running on the same virtual system. The easiest way to do this is to configure Oracle BI Presentation Services to run on a different port (for example, port 84) from SWSE (which usually runs on port 80).
http://siebel.company.com. Therefore, the network or load-balancing software should be configured to route requests like http://siebel.company.com to <system1> and <system2>, and to route requests like
http://siebel.company.com:84 to <system3>.
To create a virtual IP address for Siebel Web Engine and Oracle BI Presentation Services:
Where the acronym CSS represents the load-balancer or router used to do the virtual IP configuration.
Where <virtual domain> is the virtual IP prefix that users enter to navigate to the Siebel applications (in the preceding example, this is
If you are running Oracle's Siebel Business Analytics 7.5.3 instead of version 7.7 or later, perform this next additional step.
\SOFTWARE\Siebel Systems, Inc.\Siebel Analytics\Web\7.5\Charts.