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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.
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