"Connection refused" with MS-SQL 2000
ROYET Bernard (DSIT-EX)
Bernard.ROYET at sncf.fr
Wed Sep 13 03:19:39 EDT 2000
Thank you Brian.
MS-SQLserver 2000 uses a different port to communicate : 1067.
I don't know if it is because there is also MS-SQLServer 7 on the PC or if
it is a new choice from Microsoft.
> Bernard Royet
> Ingres/OpenIngres DBA
> Masterline (Ingres and all CA products consulting)
> Working for a long time in SNCF (French Railways)
> bernard.royet at sncf.fr
> De : Brian Bruns[SMTP:camber at ais.org]
> Répondre à : TDS Development Group
> Date : mercredi 13 septembre 2000 05:41
> A : TDS Development Group
> Objet : [freetds] Re: "Connection refused" with MS-SQL 2000
> Make sure the dataserver is supporting server logins instead of "domain
> logins". Another test is to see if you can telnet to port 1433 of the box
> running SQL Server. If you get connection refused, make sure that the
> port is indeed set for 1433.
> On Tue, 12 Sep 2000, ROYET Bernard (DSIT-EX) wrote:
> > Has anyone try to connect MS-SQLServer 2000 with
> > 0.50 ?
> > All works fine with MS-SQLServer 6.5 / 7.0, but I have a "connection
> > refused" error with SQLServer 2000.
> > TIA.
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