oracleoracle-11g-r2oracle-database-appliancerac

After deployment of Oracle Database Appliance with OAK 2.3.0 the standard listeners are configured for the public network on bond0. That includes SCAN listeners and one VIP listener per node. This last one seems to listen on both the public network interface and the VIP interface.

However, I would also like something to listen on the management network that I have configured at bond1.

What would be the preferred way of accomplishing this? Can I make the VIP listener also listen to bond1 or must I add a new listener for this?

Can I just add a listener with: srvctl add listener -p TCP:1521 -o /u01/app/11.2.0.3/grid?

I'm at a loss to see where the ip address or interface goes into the configuration.

Update:
Support note 1063571.1 "How to Configure A Second Listener on a Separate Network in 11.2 Grid Infrastructure" covers the addition of a second production listener with associated VIP interfaces (but no second SCAN listener) to a generic 11gR2 RAC.

In this case, as this is meant to be a back door for operators and DBAs, I think it might be OK to have a basic listener directly on the physical interface on each node – eg. one that does not fail over, and only connects to the instances on that specific node.

I suppose there could also be ODA specific considerations that need to be taken into account, although none are too clear to me at this point.

According to Oracle Support, there should not be any special considerations on Oracle Database Appliance, and thus we can use steps common to Oracle 11gR2 RAC on Linux.

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