Question: How do you change Oracle port
number in Oracle Enterprise Manager (OEM)?
There are a number of ports set during the Oracle setup process, and
there are any number of reasons why you might want to change those
ports following your Oracle installation.
Additional information on Oracle's use of ports for its processes
is available through the list of articles
The monitoring of metrics and exceptions is a critical part of
the performance tuning process. OEM alerting is an integral
part of this process. Information on OEM alerting in general
and setting email parameters through the OEM is
A reader asks:
"I want to configure the Email Alert Notification in OEM.
In OEM --> Setup --> Notifications Methods --> I am able to
see a provision to enter SMTP Address, but there is no port number.
Due to some security policies, my company has opened only Port
Number : 9925 for SMTP and blocked Port number : 25.
When I click on "TEST MAIL SERVERS" button, it gives me a error
Test failed with message : Could not connect to
SMTP Host , Port No. 25
Now I want to change this port number 25 to 9925."
How can this be accomplished?
Rampant author Kamran Agayev responds:
Read the text that's under "Outgoing Mail (SMTP) Server" textbox
"Use the format SERVER:PORT (Example: SMTP1:587). "