>What does it do if you use a servername instead of the IP address?
>Try to create and test the DSN. Does that work?
Yes, I used the instructions at
Then it no longer returned errors.
It finally managed to add the table once also I set
>If yes start regedit.exe and go to
>HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\ODBC\ODBC.INI and look at the key named
>after your DNS. What options do you see there? Try to copy them in
>your connection string.
I didnt see any "options", but it was already working.
Thanks for your help. I now have both DBD:ODBC and Win32::SqlServer both
working with a remote MS SQL server.