If the client uses the CommLinks (LINKS) connection parameter for a TCP/IP connection and the client succeeds in making the
connection, it verifies that the name of the server found is the same as the one it is looking for. If no server name was
specified using the ServerName (Server) connection parameter or if the server name does not match, the connection will fail.
Specifying VerifyServerName=NO skips the verification of the server name. This allows SQL Anywhere clients to connect to a
SQL Anywhere server if they know only an IP address/port.
It is recommended that you use the Host connection parameter instead of the CommLinks (LINKS) connection parameter. When the
Host connection parameter is used and both the host name and port are specified, it is not required that you specify a server
name. However, it is recommended that a server name always be specified to guarantee that a connection is made to the correct