troubleshooting Question

SBS 2003 Opening Port 12000

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I "swing migrated" a SBS 2003 server this weekend and everything appears to have gone well, with one exception.  The client uses a Sybase database, that needs port 12000 open.  I have this server configured just like the old one, only one network connection with the firewall turned off (have Cisco).  The programmer of the database says he thinks port 12000 is not being allowed to open.  I also have CA antivirus and spyware blocker on the server, but completely disabled it.  The Database service itself starts, but the application server will not.  Get a generic error in Event Viewer.  I used netstat -a and it shows UDP for 12000.  Anything else anyone can think of to help?
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