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SQL Anywhere 12.0.1 » Context-Sensitive Help » Relay Server plug-in help


Backend Server Properties window: General page

This page has the following components:

  • Enable this backend server   Select to allow connections from this back-end server. The default is selected.

    • ID   Specify the name assigned to the back-end server connection. You can use a maximum of 2048 characters.

    • Enforce MAC address checking   The MAC address of the network adapter used by the Outbound Enabler to communicate with the Relay Server.

      • RSOE MAC address   Specify the RSOE MAC address using the IEEE 802 MAC-48 format. To get the MAC address in the correct format, look in the Relay Server Outbound Enabler console or log. Multiple MAC addresses separated by an exclamation mark (!) are reported by the Outbound Enabler if multiple adapters are currently active on your back-end server computer. Select the most permanent one for the Relay Server to check against. The ipconfig /all command on Windows provides a detailed listing of your network adapters together with associated MAC address.

    • Security Token   Specify the security token that is used by the Relay Server to authenticate the back-end server connection. You can use a maximum of 2048 characters.

    • Description   Provides a place for you to type a text description of the back-end server. For example, you could use this area to describe the back-end servers purpose in the system. You can use a maximum of 2048 characters.


The following back-end servers are supported for use with the Relay Server:

  • MobiLink

  • SQL Anywhere

  • Afaria

  • Mobile Office

  • Sybase Unwired Platform Server

  • Unwired Server

Refer to your license agreement or the SQL Anywhere Components by Platforms page for information about which back-end servers are supported. See [external link] .

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