Ensure that the client and database server are using the same protocol.
Shared memory protocol If the client and database server are on the same computer, shared memory (the default protocol) is recommended.
TCP/IP protocol If the client and database server are on different computers, you must use TCP/IP. The network server allows TCP/IP connections by default, while the personal server does not. The personal server can accept local (but not remote) TCP/IP connections by specifying the -x tcpip option. Clients use the Host or CommLinks connection parameters to establish TCP/IP connections to the database server.
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