3. Windows firewall is turned off on both computers
4. I cannot telnet into the server SQL Anywhere port from the client like this:
telnet 192.168.1.201 2638
note (I CAN telnet into the server when telnet string shown above is called FROM the server computer)
5. ODBC to the SQL Anywhere DB works from the server computer but WILL NOT work from the client computer to server computer. Note. I am using the 32 bit ODBC on the client since the server is a 32 bit installation.
Is it possible you have a firewall built-in to the antivirus that's still on? Or, av could be blocking the connection. I'm assuming you can access other resources on this server from the other machine?
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