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SQL Anywhere 12.0.1 » Relay Server » Sybase Hosted Relay Service


Using the Sybase Hosted Relay Service

 Subscribe to the Sybase Hosted Relay Service

To use the Sybase Hosted Relay Service you must first subscribe to it.

  1. Go to [external link] This takes you to the Sybase Hosted Relay Service home page.

  2. Create an account by clicking Register.

  3. You are asked to specify a Subscription ID (choose one that is unique to your organization) and Password, provide contact information for your self and your organization, and agree to the Hosted Relay Service Terms of Service. Click Submit.

    Once you have successfully registered, an email is sent to you confirming your registration.

 Log in to the Sybase Hosted Relay Service
  1. Log in to your newly created account by clicking Log In.

  2. Enter the Subscription ID and Password you entered during the registration process. Once logged in, you are taken to the Account Information page. The account information page allows you to modify subscriber information and specify the back-end server farm(s) that will be accessing this service.

 Add a server farm
  1. Click the type of farm you want to add. Choose from:

    • Add New MobiLink Farm
    • Add New SQL Anywhere Web Read-Write Farm
    • Add New SQL Anywhere Web Read Farm
    • Add New SQL Anywhere Web Read-Only Farm
    • Add New SQL Remote Message Server Farm
    • Add New Afaria Farm
    • Add New iAnywhere Mobile Office Farm
    • Add New Sybase Unwired Platform Farm
  2. Enter a unique Farm Name to describe the server farm.

  3. Provide a unique name for each server in the farm. You can specify a maximum of two servers.

  4. Click Create Farm. A confirmation is displayed if the farm was successfully added.

  5. Click Configuration Instructions to learn more about using the service. The instructions are based on the information you provided.

  6. Click Log Out when you are done.