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SQL Server FAQ - Configuring ODBC DSN with Different Port Numbers
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How To Configure ODBC DSN with Different Port Numbers?
If your SQL Server is not using the default port number, like 1269,
you need to set the port number to the correct value during the ODBC DSN creation
process, as show in this tutorial:
1. Start ODBC Data Source Administrator and click System DSN tab.
2. Click Add button, select SQL Server and click Finish button.
3. Enter the following and click Next:
Description: FYIcenter.com SQL Server
4. Select the radio button on "With SQL Server authentication using a login ID and password
entered by the user. Also enter in Login ID field: "sa" and in Password field: "FYIcenter".
5. Click "Client Configuration..." button. The "Edit Network Library Configuration" dialog box
Check and uncheck "Dynamically determine port" and enter "1269" as the Port Number.
See picture bellow:
Click OK and continue with the next tutorial to finish up ODBC DSN creation.
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- How To Define the Name and Server for a new DSN?
- How To Provide Login Information for a New ODBC DSN?
- Why Are You Getting Errors When Creating a New ODBC DSN?
- What Are the Requirements on SQL Server Network Connections?
- How To Start SQL Server Browser Service?
- How To Enable TCP/IP Protocol on a SQL Server?
- How To Verify the Port Number of the SQL Server?
- How To Configure ODBC DSN with Different Port Numbers?
- How To Configure and Test ODBC DSN Settings?
- How To Connect MS Access to SQL Servers through ODBC?
- How Can Windows Applications Connect to SQL Servers via ODBC?