|Subject||Re: [ib-support] Re: TCP Port|
Helen Borrie wrote:
>yup, and on Linux, it's /etc/services
> No, it's configurable. 3050 is just the default.
> >Once the service is demanding a specific port, the OS needs to open thatservername/nnnn:/path/to/database
> >port for listening and that's what the services file does.
> The clients need the matching entry in the local Services file. I'm fairly
> certain that, when it's set up in both places, it works.
> Sans the client services entry, there is an element you can add to the
> TCP/IP connection string to access a non-default listening port. I *think*
> the syntax is