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Change default SQL port from 1433/1434 to 9877/9878


Change default SQL port from 1433/1434 to 9877/9878

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ratheesh4sql
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Hi,

Any one help me how can to Change default SQL port from 1433/1434 to 9877/9878, if i change is that portt will be changing in Cluster listener in Always on also ?

i am not able find the Port 1434.

In configuration manager-->Tcp/Ip--> Id address i can see only 1433..
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ratheesh4sql (2/1/2013)
Hi,

Any one help me how can to Change default SQL port from 1433/1434 to 9877/9878, if i change is that portt will be changing in Cluster listener in Always on also ?

i am not able find the Port 1434.

In configuration manager-->Tcp/Ip--> Id address i can see only 1433..


I am not sure you can explicitly change the port for the DAC listener from 1434 TCP. If 1434 TCP is in use when SQL Server starts up the engine will look for and assign a random port.

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SQL port is very well known and can lead to attempted security breach. Much safer on non-standard ports so i planned to change it in my production server.
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Remote DAC connections are disabled by default so no worries there, just leave them disabled if you're concerned.

SELECT  *
FROM sys.configurations
WHERE name = 'remote admin connections';



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