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Ports and Protocols used by SQL Server 2000

 

 

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Ports and Protocols Used by Microsoft SQL Server 2000

 

The following are some network ports and protocols used by Microsoft SQL Server 2000:

Service / Purpose Protocol Port
Analysis Services TCP 2725
Client connections when "hide server" option enabled TCP 2433
Clients using Named Pipes over Netbios TCP 139/445
Microsoft SQL Monitor port UDP 1434
OLAP Services connections from downlevel clients OLAP Services 7.0 TCP 2393/2394
SQL over TCP ** TCP 1433
Standard URL for a report server (Reporting Services) TCP 80 HTTP /443 SSL

 

**  If named instances of SQL Server are installed, each will listen on a different, user defined port instead of 1433


 

 

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