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Goldmine 8.5 on SQL Server

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I have a workstation on my network that all of a sudden won't connect to Goldmine running on SQL Server. It gives a message [DBNETLIB] SQL Server does not exist or access denied. All has been working fine. Other machines connect without problem I did change my network yesterday to use OpenDNS servers but I only made a change at the router.
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can you see whether SQL Server port (may be 1433 or 1533) is getting blocked by your router?
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I solved the problem by changing the OpenDNS servers back to the DNS servers my ISP had provided. I'm not clear why that might have fixed it but I no longer need help.
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have you checked the settings at your router?
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Neither 1433 nor 1533 seems to be blocked unless Belkin blocks them and doesn't document it.
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ok no issue as long as I see, there could be the only reason.
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