SSH Tunnel Method.
SSH Tunnel Methoddefaults to
No Tunnel(meaning a direct connection). If you want to use an SSH Tunnel choose
SSH Key Authenticationor
Key Authenticationif you will be using an RSA private key as your secret for establishing the SSH Tunnel (see below for more information on generating this key).
Password Authenticationif you will be using a password as your secret for establishing the SSH Tunnel.
SSH Tunnel Jump Server Hostrefers to the intermediate (bastion) server that Airbyte will connect to. This should be a hostname or an IP Address.
SSH Connection Portis the port on the bastion server with which to make the SSH connection. The default port for SSH connections is
22, so unless you have explicitly changed something, go with the default.
SSH Login Usernameis the username that Airbyte should use when connection to the bastion server. This is NOT the Oracle username.
Password Authentication, then
SSH Login Usernameshould be set to the password of the User from the previous step. If you are using
SSH Key Authenticationleave this blank. Again, this is not the Oracle password, but the password for the OS-user that Airbyte is using to perform commands on the bastion.
SSH Key Authentication, then
SSH Private Keyshould be set to the RSA Private Key that you are using to create the SSH connection. This should be the full contents of the key file starting with
-----BEGIN RSA PRIVATE KEY-----and ending with
-----END RSA PRIVATE KEY-----.
authorized_keysfile on your bastion host. The public key should be added to your bastion host to whichever user you want to use with Airbyte. The private key is provided via copy-and-paste to the Airbyte connector configuration screen, so it may log in to the bastion.
Unencryptedthe connection will be made using the TCP protocol. In this case, all data over the network will be transmitted in unencrypted form. 2.
Native network encryptiongives you the ability to encrypt database connections, without the configuration overhead of TCP / IP and SSL / TLS and without the need to open and listen on different ports. In this case, the SQLNET.ENCRYPTION_CLIENT option will always be set as REQUIRED by default: The client or server will only accept encrypted traffic, but the user has the opportunity to choose an
Encryption algorithmaccording to the security policies he needs. 3.
TLS Encrypted(verify certificate) - if this option is selected, data transfer will be transfered using the TLS protocol, taking into account the handshake procedure and certificate verification. To use this option, insert the content of the certificate issued by the server into the
SSL PEM filefield