Re: SQL Server through SSH

ianadavies wrote, On 3/1/2008 3:43 PM:

I am trying to access my mssql server through SSH but without much joy.

My SQL 2005 server is on a local ip of My SSH server is on a
local ip of which i access through port 22 on my router via
dyndns. My SSH server is a ARM cpu based NSLU2 running debian

I tunnel in and setup port forwarding in putty as follows

L1433 and then point my connection string to (local)

However when i try to create a connection i get PreHandshakeLogin()
Failiure. Do I need to setup some ip table routing to make this work? please
be verbose with your replies as I am quite new to this port forwarding

mssql or mysql ?

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