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Using Oracle® Compute Cloud Service - Dedicated Compute Capacity - SPARC Model 300

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Updated: April 2018
 
 

Step 3: Log in to the Service

When you order Oracle Compute Cloud Service - Dedicated Compute Capacity - SPARC Model 300 Service, Oracle will work with your System Administrator to collect needed information to deploy the service. This includes IP assignments and SSH public keys. A service request (SR) is also required to setup a secure VPN connection from your data center to the Oracle SPARC Model 300 Service.


Note -  For this release, the Compute Cloud Service web console or REST APIs are not supported.
  1. Provide required information to Oracle.

    Provide all the information that Oracle requests after processing your order for the Oracle SPARC Model 300 Service, including reserved IP subnets, SSH keys, and some additional optional information.

    You must also submit an SR to setup the secure VPN connection between your data center and the Oracle SPARC Model 300 Service. For information about opening an SR to setup a VPN connection, see Step 5: Learn About Opening Service Requests and Cloud Support Help: Service Requests.

  2. Leverage the public keys that have been installed on the instances.

    From the client host, where you prepared the public keys installed by Oracle in the service's instances for the opc user, log in through a conventional Secure Shell (SSH) session as the opc user. Specify the previously provided the private/public keys pair.

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