Network Traffic caused by SQL Server 2000 ?
Posted on 2004-08-24
I have an urgent question?..Last week I installed SQL Server 2000 in a Windows 2000 server. I started to have problems with my internet connection, it was down every hour. I checked my network with a tool and I discovered that my bandwidth had excessive network traffic, besides that, the internet was very slow.
I am sure that the SQL Server installation caused that, but I don't know why?
I stopped the SQL Services and everything was normal after that.
I need to restart SQL again, but I don't know what to configure to stop the network collisions and the traffic?
Can somebody help me?
Is it true that I have to deactivate Named Pipes protocol?
Thanks in advance!!!