[freetds] [Non-DoD Source] Re: MSSQL encrypted connection

Lueders, Paul T CTR (US) paul.t.lueders.ctr at mail.mil
Wed Dec 9 19:29:48 EST 2015


There is the problem neither are enabled.  I will recompile freetds.

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2015-12-09 20:52 GMT+00:00 Lueders, Paul T CTR (US)
<paul.t.lueders.ctr at mail.mil>:
> I am attempting to access a mssql 2012 database from a RHEL 6 server.  The database is configured to use encrypted connections.  When I test the connection using either tsql of osql I get and error.
> What is the proper method of configuring the driver to allow an encrypted connection?
>
> Thanks


Hi,
  looks at Caution-http://www.freetds.org/userguide/freetdsconf.htm and Caution-http://www.freetds.org/userguide/odbcconnattr.htm (if you are using
ODBC) and search for "encryption".

Use "tsql -C" command to understand if either GnuTLS or OpenSSL (required for encryptions connection) are enabled.

Frediano
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