Re: Microsoft SQL Server Outbound Access

Is not necesary to have the firewall client.
I have all my internal clients as SNAT clients.

Gabriel Zabal

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De: Niclas Amundsen [mailto:niclas@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] 
Enviado el: Miércoles, 15 de Agosto de 2001 10:11 a.m.
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Asunto: [isalist] Re: Microsoft SQL Server Outbound Access

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Is it necessary to have the firewall client installed to use the
outbound
Packet Filters? Isn't it sufficient with a SecureNAT client.

Niclas

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From: David Dellanno [mailto:david@xxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: 15. august 2001 14:33
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Subject: [isalist] Re: Microsoft SQL Server Outbound Access


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Are you using Query Anaylzer to test the connection?  Another way you
can
use 'Telnet' to see if can establish the connection (example: telnet
<external ip> 1433).  Since you have the right requirements:

Firewall Client (installed)
SQL Client Network Utilility (configured)
ISA Packet Filter SQL Outbound (configured)

Are you able to connect to the SQL server from the Public side of your
firewall?

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From: Chris Bond [mailto:chris@xxxxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Wednesday, August 15, 2001 9:22 AM
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Already tried this get the following error message:

SQL Server does not exist or access is denied ConnectionOpen(Connect())

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To: David  Dellanno <david@xxxxxxxxxx>
From:
Subject: [isalist] RE: Microsoft SQL Server Outbound Access
Date: 15/08/01 01:08


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Ensure your TCP/IP and Alias are configured in the \'Client Network
Utility\'

Open SQL Server Client Network Utility

Under General tab, ensure TCP/IP is enabled

Select Alias tab

Under Server Alias dialog box, type your server name (Friendly Name)

Select under Network Library, TCP/IP radio button

Under Connection Parameters, under Server name dialog box, type (FQDN or
IP)and unselect Dynmically determine Port checkbox, ensure under Port
Number
port 1433 is listed, then click OK twice.

-----Original Message-----
From: Chris Bond [mailto:chris@xxxxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Wednesday, August 15, 2001 7:43 AM
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Subject: [isalist] Microsoft SQL Server Outbound Access


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Hi,

For some reason Microsoft SQL Server Outbound Access using Enterprise
Manager will not work.

I have defined a Protocol Rule allowing SQL Server and also a Packet
Filter
for TCP Remote port 1433 and it still refuses to connect.

All workstations are configured using SecureNAT if that makes any
difference.

Anybody got any ideas?

Kind Regards,
Chris Bond


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