SQL Port issue - 05-28-2007 , 09:43 AM
I have Windows 2003 Server and installed SQL Server 2000 Sp 4 behind the
firewall. I open the Portal 3389 TCP, 1433 TCP, 1434 UPD. when I try to
connect SQL Server from my local box it says SQL Server doesn't exists or
when I run the following query in my local box.
telnet 22.214.171.124 3389 (the window got clear that means this port is
telnet 126.96.36.199 1433 (Connecting To 188.8.131.52...Could not open
connection to the host, on port 1433: Connect failed)
I am wondering if I open both the port on the Server then why its giving me
an error for 1433 port, can you guide me?
Re: SQL Port issue - 05-29-2007 , 09:20 PM
Try using the client network utility, create an alias using
TCP/IP and use the IP address for the server, uncheck the
dynamically determine port and specify the port SQL Server
On Mon, 28 May 2007 10:43:10 -0400, "Rogers"
<naissani (AT) hotmail (DOT) com> wrote:
Re: SQL Port issue - 05-30-2007 , 08:59 AM
I did but still it saying SQL Server doesn't exist or access denied, is
there any way I can check why which port is blocking because 3389 is working
fine but only 1433 port is not working, like I mentioned in my earlier email
that I can do Telnet with 3389 but not works through 1433, is there any
diagnosis commands which I can use to figure it out the problem?
I would really appreciate if any one let me know the any helpful idea.
"Sue Hoegemeier" <Sue_H (AT) nomail (DOT) please> wrote
Re: SQL Port issue - 05-30-2007 , 02:13 PM
If the SQL Servers ERRORLOG file shows that SQL is listening on port 1433 and
you can not access port 1433 on the SQL Server then there is a firewall
blocking the connection somewhere. If you are trying to connect via the
internet (without going through a VPN) then your ISP may be blocking the
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