Help Sheet - Appliance Import Job Checklist

Use this checklist for preparing to use the Data Transfer Appliance (import appliance) for use in an import job. Check each item in order to ensure you are fully prepared for the data transfer.

__ Administrative user to the tenancy who can create users, groups, compartments, add policies, and request import appliance entitlement.

__ Access to the main buyer or administrator who is VP-level or higher who can sign the terms and conditions document.

__ Linux machine running Oracle Linux, Ubuntu, or CentOS. See Requirements for the supported versions of each Linux operating system.

__ Root access for the prepare and copy on the Linux machine.

__ Someone who has physical access to where the import appliance will be installed.

__ Meet all appliance specifications and physical environment requirements.

__ Terminal emulation host that can connect to the import appliance using USB or DB-9 serial cable.

__ Terminal emulation host with one of the following installed: PuTTY for Windows, ZOC for OS X, PuTTY or Minicom for Linux.

__ Network connection to the import appliance consisting of either a 10GBase-T: Standard RJ-45 or SFP+ with transceiver compatible with Intel X520NICS.

__ IP address for the import appliance __________ .

__ Subnet mask length for the import appliance subnet __________ .

__ Default gateway for the import appliance network __________ .

__ NFS communication between the import appliance subnet and servers from where data will be copied

__ HTTP Proxy information if your corporation uses an internet proxy __________ .

__ Open firewall for Linux machine for preparation and copying to OCI Data Transfer on the IP address ranges. See Configuring Firewall Settings for a list of IP addresses by OCI region.

__ Open firewall for Linux machine for preparation and copying to OCI Object Storage IP address ranges. See Configuring Firewall Settings for a list of IP addresses by OCI region.

__ Installation of OCI Command Line Interface.

__ Generate public/ private keys for users who will copy data on the Linux machine (run oci setup keys command).

Firewall Information

Learn about the firewall port number and IP addresses of the supported Oracle Cloud Infrastructure regions.

The firewall port number is 443 for all data transfer methods.

Ensure that your local environment's firewall can communicate with the Data Transfer Service running on the IP address ranges for your Oracle Cloud Infrastructure region based on the following table. Also ensure that open access exists to the Object Storage IP address range. You only need to configure this IP access for the region where your data transfer job is associated.

Region

Data Transfer

Object Storage

US East (Ashburn)

140.91.0.0/16

134.70.24.0/21

US West (Phoenix)

129.146.0.0/16

134.70.8.0/21

US Gov East (Ashburn)

splat-api.us-langley-1.oraclegovcloud.com

objectstorage.us-gov-ashburn-1.oraclegovcloud.com

US Gov West (Phoenix)

splat-api.us-luke-1.oraclegovcloud.com

objectstorage.us-luke-1.oraclegovcloud.com

US DoD East (Ashburn)

splat-api.us-gov-ashburn-1.oraclegovcloud.com

objectstorage.us-gov-ashburn-1.oraclegovcloud.com

US DoD West (Phoenix)

splat-api.us-gov-phoenix-1.oraclegovcloud.com

objectstorage.us-gov-phoenix-1.oraclegovcloud.com

Brazil East (Sao Paulo)

140.204.0.0/16

134.70.84.0/22

Canada Southeast (Toronto)

140.204.0.0/16

134.70.116.0/22

Germany Central (Frankfurt)

130.61.0.0/16

134.70.40.0/21

India West (Mumbai)

140.204.0.0/16

134.70.76.0/22

Japan Central (Osaka)

140.204.0.0/16

134.70.112.0/22

Japan East (Tokyo)

140.204.0.0/16

134.70.80.0/22

South Korea Central (Seoul)

140.204.0.0/16

134.70.96.0/22

UK South (London)

132.145.0.0/16

134.70.56.0/21