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Web enabled ASA Database implimentation

3 posts in General Discussion Last posting was on 2002-11-06 15:18:56.0Z
Dan Posted on 2002-09-18 08:46:58.0Z
From: Dan
Date: Wed, 18 Sep 2002 04:46:58 -0400
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hi,
I'm planing to install the ASA 7/8 in Windows NT/ 2000 Server and that
server will be connected with internet via normal dialup. I need to connect
Powerbuilder application from various location to this database using ODBC
via internet ( systems with PB application will be connected to internet )
is it possible ? how can I impliment that... please help

cheers!
Dan


Ben_Joyner Posted on 2002-11-06 15:18:56.0Z
From: Ben_Joyner
Date: Wed, 6 Nov 2002 10:18:56 -0500
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Subject: Re: Web enabled ASA Database implimentation
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You probably will not be pleased with the response time using ODBC via
dialup and the internet. But it will work very well.

The Server startup configuration should include the server's
hostname (www.yourserver.com) as well as the flag for the IP
of the server. The site's firewall must allow port 2638 bi-directional
access to the ASA server. (You can play with the
name of the server.)

The client ODBC configuration must match on the DSN server information and
Network information.

A better and more secure solution is via VPN tunnel.

Lot's a luck.


Robert Waywell Posted on 2002-09-20 20:30:46.0Z
From: "Robert Waywell" <rwaywell@ianywhere.com>
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There is nothing special, other than the fact that you are trying to connect
at dial-up speeds. The normal impact there is to minimize communications
overhead.

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<Dan> wrote in message
news:3FD1F5800B9A229700303EBE85256C38.00303ECF85256C38@webforums...
> hi,
> I'm planing to install the ASA 7/8 in Windows NT/ 2000 Server and that
> server will be connected with internet via normal dialup. I need to
connect
> Powerbuilder application from various location to this database using ODBC
> via internet ( systems with PB application will be connected to internet )
> is it possible ? how can I impliment that... please help
>
> cheers!
> Dan