Ok, with leaving the : off the end, and just typing telnet web-server2
3306 I get some jibberish on the screen, and a 'connection lost' message
after a few seconds. That's coming from a machine on the same side of
the firewall as the Sql server. For the other IIS server and Coldfusion
server to the Sql server, still get a 'can't connect message'. I'm
pretty sure its not a firewall issue, but I'll have to take another look.
Any other ideas?
Dwalu Z. Khasu wrote:
> On Thu, 14 Oct 2004, Dwalu Z. Khasu wrote:
> =>Neither the DOS nor Unix man pages for telnet mention a colon--Why do you
> =>think you need one? Let me try again, how about 'telnet web-server 3306'?
> Sorry for the typo. For your example, that should've been:
> telnet web-server2 3306
> Are you sure you're connecting to the appropriate box? Should your
> command string be telnet <db-server> 3306 instead?
> - Dwalu
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