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Network Servers on different domains

5 posts in General Discussion Last posting was on 2004-02-17 19:05:27.0Z
Johnny Posted on 2004-02-17 00:40:33.0Z
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I have a network server service running; however, when I
search for it to make a connection on a machine in another
domain it is not showing up. Any ideas?


Chris Keating (iAnywhere Solutions) Posted on 2004-02-17 01:51:40.0Z
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Please refrain from crossposting as it results in duplication of effort.

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<Johnny> wrote in message news:403165a3.263b.846930886@sybase.com...
> I have a network server service running; however, when I
> search for it to make a connection on a machine in another
> domain it is not showing up. Any ideas?


Bill Green[TeamSybase] Posted on 2004-02-17 01:10:12.0Z
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If you know the IP Address, you can specify it in the ODBC connection
parameters in the Network tab. Check the TCP checkbox (if it's a TCP enabled
connection) and add the entry HOST=<ip address>;PORT=<port number>. the port
number is 2638 by default, but you can check it on the network server to see
which one it is listening to.

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<Johnny> wrote in message news:403165a3.263b.846930886@sybase.com...
> I have a network server service running; however, when I
> search for it to make a connection on a machine in another
> domain it is not showing up. Any ideas?


Johnny Posted on 2004-02-17 18:56:19.0Z
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Can you walk me through this?

I'm going to Sybase Central->Tools->Connect

There's an indentification tab where I enter in the username
and password, database tab, and advanced tab. I don't see
where to specify the port number. Should I put the IP for
hostname?


Chris Keating (iAnywhere Solutions) Posted on 2004-02-17 19:05:27.0Z
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Add the values on the "connection parameters" box on the Advance Tab


Links=TCPIP(Host={machinename_or_ip};Port={port})

replacing values within the curly braces with appropriate values. You may
also want to disable broadcasting since it is not likely that those are
going to help in the connection. To do so, use the following connection
parameters instead:

Links=TCPIP(Host={machinename_or_ip};Port={port};DoBroadcast =DIRECT )

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<Johnny> wrote in message news:40326678.3430.846930886@sybase.com...
> Can you walk me through this?
>
> I'm going to Sybase Central->Tools->Connect
>
> There's an indentification tab where I enter in the username
> and password, database tab, and advanced tab. I don't see
> where to specify the port number. Should I put the IP for
> hostname?