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SQL Anywhere 11.0.0 » Context-Sensitive Help » Connect window help

 

Connect window: Network tab

This tab has the following components:

Shared Memory   This protocol is for same-computer communications, and always remains available. It is available on all platforms.

TCP/IP   Choose this protocol if you are connecting to a server running on another computer.

This protocol is supported on all platforms. See Selecting communications protocols.

  • Host   Specify the computer name on which the database server is running.

  • Ping   Click to test that a computer with the given host name can be found on your network. See Testing the TCP/IP protocol.

  • Port(s)   If your database server is not using the default port of 2638, you must specify the port it is using.

  • Other   Specify any other network protocol options. See Network protocol options.

  • Edit   Click to open the TCP Properties window that provides a list of TCP properties that you can specify.

Security   Choose one of the following: none, simple or tls. See Starting the database server with transport-layer security.

When you choose tls for the Security option, the encryption connection parameters table is enabled. Specify any of the encryption connection parameters in this table.

  • certificate _company   If specified, the application only accepts server certificates when the Organization field on the certificate matches this value. See certificate_company.

  • certificate_name   If specified, the application only accepts server certificates when the Common Name field on the certificate matches this value. See certificate_name.

  • certificate_unit   If specified, the application only accepts server certificates when the Organization Unit field on the certificate matches this value. See certificate_unit.

  • fips   Choose whether to use FIPS-approved encryption implementations for TLS encryption and end-to-end encryption. See fips.

  • tls_type   Specify either ecc or rsa as the encryption cipher to use for synchronization. See tls_type.

  • trusted_certificates   Specify a file containing a list of trusted root certificates used for secure synchronization. See trusted_certificates.