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Getting "No connection error on 10:248:172:107:1583

Getting "No connection error on 10:248:172:107:1583

Getting "No connection error on 10:248:172:107:1583

Trying to convert Pervasive v11 database to Micrsoft SQL server database on Windows server 2008R2. I keep getting the error: "Get app version error[GetDBCfgName]: No connection could be made because the target machine actively refused it". Any help will be appreciated on bypassing Port 1583.

Installed: PSQLv11 on server and client
Now trying to migrate PSQl db to MS SQL server


RE: Getting "No connection error on 10:248:172:107:1583

You can't bypass port 1583. The PSQL engine uses port 1583 to communicate between client and server. You need to open the port in the firewall.

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