What port does ODBC use for SQL Server?

According to MSDN: Default instances of the Database Engine use TCP port 1433 by default.

Complete info about it can be read here.
Similarly one may ask, which port is used for SQL Server?

port 1433

Similarly, how do I connect to ODBC in SQL Server?

  1. Click Start and select Settings > Control Panel > Administrative Tools.
  2. Double-click Data Sources (ODBC) to open the ODBC Data Source Administrator.
  3. Select the System DSN tab.
  4. Click Add.
  5. Select SQL Server and click Finish.
  6. Complete the DSN Configuration wizard (see example screen shots below)

Subsequently, one may also ask, how do I find my SQL server port number?

It is the most common method to find the SQL Server Port number.

  1. Open SQL Server Configuration Manager from the start menu.
  2. Go to Network Configuration, click the SQL instance for which you want to check SQL port.
  3. It opens the protocols list.
  4. Click on IP Addresses and scroll down to IPAll group.

What is port 445 commonly used for?

Port 445 Details. TCP port 445 is used for direct TCP/IP MS Networking access without the need for a NetBIOS layer. This service is only implemented in the more recent verions of Windows (e.g. Windows 2K / XP). The SMB (Server Message Block) protocol is used among other things for file sharing in Windows NT/2K/XP.

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