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SQL Anywhere 12.0.1 » SQL Anywhere Server - Database Administration » Starting and connecting to your database » Communication protocols

 

TCP/IP protocol

SQL Anywhere uses TCP/IP to connect clients to databases running on different computers.

When you use the TCP/IP protocol, you can secure client/server communications using transport-layer security and ECC or RSA encryption technology. See Client/server communications encryption over TCP/IP.

 UDP
 Using TCP/IP with Windows
 See also

Client/server communications encryption over TCP/IP
IPv6 support in SQL Anywhere
Connecting across a firewall
Dial-up network connections (CommLinks connection parameter)
Connecting using an LDAP server
Communication compression settings