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In addition of TCPIP, MSSQL 6.5 server also supports
 Named Piped, multi-protocol, NWlink IPX/SPX, and
Apple Talk ADSP.
Which one is routable protocol?
rgds.
alanpong@hkstar.com
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I know you can route IPX.


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Here's my experience

TCPIP - yes
IPX/SPX - yes
Named Pipes - no
multi-protocol - yes

others - ???

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