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How to enable TCP/IP connectons to SqlServer

How to enable remote connections on TCP/IP?

I have just installed for first time SqlServer 2000,
and cannot connect from other host via ODBC.
I give hostname or address but it does not connect.
I checked on my firewall that there is no listenning socket
on port 1433 nor 1440 on sqlserver host.

I can only connect using "(local)" server in ODBC on sqlserver host.

Regards,
Mark
Jul 23 '05 #1
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"netx" <us**********@go2.pl> wrote in message
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How to enable remote connections on TCP/IP?

I have just installed for first time SqlServer 2000,
and cannot connect from other host via ODBC.
I give hostname or address but it does not connect.
I checked on my firewall that there is no listenning socket
on port 1433 nor 1440 on sqlserver host.

I can only connect using "(local)" server in ODBC on sqlserver host.

start->programs->Microsoft SQL Server->Client Network Utility

then click on TCP/IP in right panel and press 'enable'button', click on
'applay', 'ok' then restart SQL server

Regards,
Fibre Optic
Jul 23 '05 #2
Fibre Optic (fi*********@go2.pl) writes:
"netx" <us**********@go2.pl> wrote in message
news:42*********************@mamut2.aster.pl...
How to enable remote connections on TCP/IP?

I have just installed for first time SqlServer 2000,
and cannot connect from other host via ODBC.
I give hostname or address but it does not connect.
I checked on my firewall that there is no listenning socket
on port 1433 nor 1440 on sqlserver host.

I can only connect using "(local)" server in ODBC on sqlserver host.

start->programs->Microsoft SQL Server->Client Network Utility

then click on TCP/IP in right panel and press 'enable'button', click on
'applay', 'ok' then restart SQL server


You probably mean the Server Network Utility.
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Erland Sommarskog, SQL Server MVP, es****@sommarskog.se

Books Online for SQL Server SP3 at
http://www.microsoft.com/sql/techinf...2000/books.asp
Jul 23 '05 #3

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