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How do I go about using/changing my settings to use the SANs protocol?

Answer:

SAN - is the System Area Network protocols, which supported under SQL Server 2000 Enterprise Edition only and built using the Virtual Interface Architecture (VIA). SANs are intended to support the high communications bandwidth between servers.
To use SANs protocol, you can specify Giganet VIA SAN Net-Libraries on the client's computer:

1. Run SQL Server Client Network Utility.
2. On the General tab enable VIA protocol.
3. Choose VIA and click Properties button.
4. Specify Giganet as Vendor and close Client Network Utility.


 

 
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