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I have one server with SQL Anywhere (SQL Central) on Windows (SO). I have another server with Sybase Database on Linux (SO). When I try to connect on Sybase Database Server by SQL Anywhere (SQL Central) the error below happens: "Database server not found". SQLCODE=-100 SQLSTATE=08001 Found server, verifying server name TCP/IP link, function recv(), error code 0 Verification of server name failed. A HOST value was specified, skipping LDAP check. Failed to connect over TCPIP Removing failed address from sasrv.ini cache Not attempting to autostart server Cannot connect to server.

asked 24 May '23, 16:02

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Please give us the command line for how you start each of the database servers and also the connection string used to connect to each server.

(24 May '23, 16:28) Mark Culp
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