The SQL server? If you can't ping it, you ain't connecting to it! You'll need to check RRAS settings and ensure that you are allowing access to the remote network for VPN clients. Are you pulling an IP from the VPN server? Is it an IP from the same subnet as the SQL server? Your VPN set up should be to hand out addresses from the DHCP pool.

I want to connect to SQL Server via Internet: I turned off the firewall; I enabled the the DMZ in the router, host address is which is the SQL Server LAN IP; I open port in the router for both SQL Server and SQL Server Browser (1433 - 1434) The server is clearly running, and I would imagine that being able to connect over VPN with SSMS would indicate that the server can accept remote connections. This isn't Flow related like a lot of the other 502 posts, and many of those don't seem to be "solved" so much as they just started working again. Jun 02, 2007 · Technically if your users are connecting through VPN using their network account (as they should) they should be able to connect to SQL Server as usual. Windows Authentication should work From the SQL Server Network Configuration node, select the Protocols item for the appropriate SQL Server. In the details pane, right click the TCP/IP item and select the Enable option: After this step the Warning box pop up in which informs us that changes that are made won’t take effect until the next time service is started.

I have a SQL Server setup and need all computers on our network to connect via ODBC. Anything on the physical network works fine. I am however having trouble connecting to the ODBC connection over our VPN from a remote workstation over wifi. First, I'm not quite sure what my ODBC setting should be.

If the Kafka cluster is deployed on a local server, select User-Created Database Connected over Express Connect, VPN Gateway, or Smart Access Gateway. Note If you select User-Created Database Connected over Express Connect, VPN Gateway, or Smart Access Gateway , you must specify the VPC ID , IP address , and port number .

Once the tunnel is set up, you will be provided with an IP Address, port number and SQL Server credentials, allowing your IT staff to access production, archive, and training databases. Then you will be able to access your databases directly through the VPN tunnel with either read-only or read-write privileges, depending on your preferences.

Re: SQL Server using Windows Authentication over VPN from the client, can you ping the sql server by hostname? it is probably a name resolution problem. are you passing wins and dns settings to the vpn client? My shared database works well over an internal network, but is practically unusable over the vpn connection. Are there any guidelines about data transfer speed required for using an Access database over vpn? Current transfer speed on the vpn is only around 10Mbytes per minute. I just got my Hamachi VPN set up. For anyone familiar with Hamachi, I have it set up as a gateway so I'm part of the network when I'm away. Almost everything seems to be working perfectly. I can even backup using Windows Home Server if I want. I cannot connect to my SQL Server from SQL Server Management Studio. An alternative is to setup a private connection to Azure – via P2S VPN, S2S VPN or Express Route – and then use a TCP proxy server to forward traffic to public IP address for SQL Database.In this blog, we provide a proof-of-concept of how this can be achieved using P2S VPN and NIGNX server. main office/domain with a local SQL server on the domain, users connect using ODBC connection w/ windows auth Its not over vpn, SQL is local. VPN is used to access file shares at the other However, we have two VB apps that pull data from our SQL server at one of the sites, and when they are accessed from the other site through the VPN they take an extremely long time to start up, and an annoying amount of time accessing different records once they are open.