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Expanding the SQL Server Network Configuration lists the protocols for each installed SQL Server instance. Selecting a protocol for a particular instance results in the protocols being displayed on the right-hand pane and their current status, as shown in Figure 9-4.
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Each of these protocols can be enabled or disabled by right-clicking the respective protocol and selecting the appropriate action. In addition, certain protocol properties can also be set by right-clicking on the respective protocol and selecting the Properties option.
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System Design and Architecture
The options that can be set for each of the four protocols are as follows: 1. Shared Memory Shared Memory Properties dialog box can be used to enable or disable the shared memory protocol. Shared memory has no configurable settings. 2. Named Pipes The Named Pipes Properties dialog box can be used to enable and disable the protocol or change the named pipe to which Microsoft SQL Server listens. To change the named pipe, type the new pipe name in the Pipe Name box and then restart SQL Server. By default SQL Server listens on \\.\pipe\sql\query for the default instance and \\.\pipe\MSSQL$<instancename>\sql\query for a named instance. This field is limited to 2,047 characters. Best Practices
Since sql\query is well-known as the named pipe used by SQL Server you should change the pipe name to help reduce the risk of malicious attacks.
3. TCP/IP The TCP/IP Properties dialog box has two tabs: Protocol and IP Addresses. The Protocol tab can be used to configure the following parameters:
Enabled This parameter is used to specify whether the TCP/IP protocol is enabled (Yes) or disabled (No). Keep Alive SQL Server 2005 does not implement changes to this property. Listen All When this parameter is set to Yes, SQL Server listens on all of the IP addresses that are bound to network cards on the system. When set to No, you must configure each IP address separately using the Properties dialog box for each IP address. Unless you have a specific need to bind individual IP addresses, you should leave this set to Yes, which is the default value. No Delay SQL Server 2005 does not implement changes to this property.
The IP Addresses tab can be used to configure the following parameters for each of the IP addresses (IP ):
Active Indicates whether SQL Server is listening on the designated port (Yes) or not (No). This option cannot be set for IPAll. Enabled This parameter is used to enable (Yes) or disable (No) the connection. This option cannot be set for IPAll. IP Address This parameter is used to specify the IP address used by the connection. This option cannot be set for IPAll.
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TCP Dynamic Ports This parameter is used to specify whether dynamic ports are used. Setting to 0 enables dynamic ports. If no value is specified, dynamic ports are not enabled. TCP Port This parameter is used to specify a static port on which SQL Server listens. The SQL Server database engine can listen on multiple ports on the same IP address. To enable SQL Server to listen on multiple ports on the same IP address, list multiple ports separated by a comma in this field, for example, 1428,1429,1430. However, you should only specify ports that are not already being used. This field is limited to 2,047 characters. To configure a single IP address to listen only on the specified ports, the Listen All parameter must also be set to No on the Protocols Tab of the TCP/IP Properties dialog box.
4. VIA The VIA Properties dialog box can be used to enable or disable the VIA protocol as well as set the following parameter values:
Default Port This parameter is used to set the default port. The values are specified in the format <network interface card number>:<port number>, for example, 0:1433. Enabled This parameter is used to specify whether the protocol is enabled (Yes) or disabled (No). Listen Info This parameter is specified in the format <network interface card number>:<port number>. Multiple ports can be specified by separating them with commas. This field is limited to 2,047 characters.
The SQL Server 2005 service must be restarted to apply the changes to any of the protocols. With SQL Server 2005, configuring the network protocols incorrectly causes the SQL server service to fail to start up. For example, enabling the VIA protocol on a system that does not have the correct VIA hardware configured prevents the SQL Server service from starting up and results in error messages similar to the following being reported in the SQL Server error log:
2006-03-04 09:32:39.85 Server Error: 17182, Severity: 16, State: 1. 2006-03-04 09:32:39.85 Server TDSSNIClient initialization failed with error 0x7e, status code 0x60. 2006-03-04 09:32:39.89 Server Error: 17182, Severity: 16, State: 1. 2006-03-04 09:32:39.89 Server TDSSNIClient initialization failed with error 0x7e, status code 0x1. 2006-03-04 09:32:39.89 Server
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