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How do i connect cluster instance??


How do i connect cluster instance??

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saidapurs
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Hi All,
I am configured SQL Cluster 2008 in Win server 2008, below are the details..

NODE1 IP :- 192.168.10.51
NODE2 IP :- 192.168.10.52
SQL N/W IP :- 92.168.10.53
SQL N/W Instance Name:- Heartbeat

Issue:- When i logged in NODE1 & open SSMS connecting through HEARTBEAT instance name, connecting fine but when i tried to connect through IP not able to connecting and i tried all IP's let me advice what shall I do to connect through IP.

Thanks in advance........

Satish
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what value did you provide for the network name?

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Hi,
Same i mention as host name "Heartbeat" but i want to connect through IP...

Thanks
Satish
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Above you specify instance name as heartbeat!

Is this a default or named instance of SQL server?
Confirm the SQL server config manager settings and post them back

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When i logged in NODE1 & open SSMS connecting through HEARTBEAT instance name, connecting fine but when i tried to connect through IP not able to connecting and i tried all IP's let me advice what shall I do to connect through IP.


Try with ip,portnumber. It should work and if TCP/IP protocol is enabled on your sql server

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