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From: Steven Cruz <steve at nextopia dot com>
Subject: Re: SQL Server Question
Date: Aug 27 1999 2:18PM

Hello;

	It lessons on port 5000, and keeps all connections on that port. Open
servers, such as the back up server will be lessening on their own port. 

8-)
Steven Cruz
Jason Risley wrote:
> 
> I know that these is not a sybperl question, but maybe someone has the answer.
> 
> Situation:
> 
> I have setup a SQL Server 11.5 on Win NT 4(SP5). The SQL Server is assigned to port
> 5000.
> 
> Question:
> 
> Is port 5000 a listening port? where a client goes to requests a connection but the
> server establishes another random port (16550) to carry on the conversation between
> the server and the client?
> 
> Does anyone know if the above is true or does all communication happen through port
> 5000?
> 
> Thanks for your support!
> Jason