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Forward requests through port 1433 to 10.0.1.1 on the firewall. You might want to allow only your remote IP to have access to this via your firewall settings though so the rest of the world doesn't have the ability to attack your SQL server or try to register it in their own enterprise managers. Ray at work "NiitMalad" <co.in> wrote in message news:0be801c3511f$235624f0$gbl... ...

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    Default Re: connection with server behind the firewall Router

    Forward requests through port 1433 to 10.0.1.1 on the firewall. You might
    want to allow only your remote IP to have access to this via your firewall
    settings though so the rest of the world doesn't have the ability to attack
    your SQL server or try to register it in their own enterprise managers.

    Ray at work


    "NiitMalad" <co.in> wrote in message
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    Ray Guest

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    Well, this is more of a firewall issue, not a SQL Server issue. Talk to
    your firewall administrator or check out the help system for your firewall
    product. Do you have an extranet that runs on port 80 (or hopefully 443)
    from behind the firewall? It's the same concept - just a different port
    number.

    Ray at work

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    Use the Client Network Utility (it's in the same folder with Enterprise
    Manager), and on the Alias tab add your sql server. Select TCP/IP as your
    network libary and uncheck Dynamically Determine Port to force all traffic
    through port 1433. If it still doesn't work ask your firewall administrator
    to open port 1433. It worked for me where the sql server is behind the
    firewall, is in a cluster, and uses named instances.

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