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Suppose I have two PCs in LAN
Or MAN. What would be the connecting string
Please describe elaborately..,.

What I have tried:

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Updated 12-Feb-21 21:24pm
RickZeeland 13-Feb-21 2:17am    
Do you mean to connect to a database? if so what database are you using?
Member 12712527 13-Feb-21 2:24am    
Custom built database made by me
Richard MacCutchan 13-Feb-21 4:23am    
Then it would need a custom connection string designed by you also.
Dave Kreskowiak 13-Feb-21 11:04am    
Sigh....he was referring to the database engine you're connecting to. ConnectionString content is different for every engine.

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If you want to connect via the IP address for e.g. a Client-Server application, see:
TcpClient Class (System.Net.Sockets) | Microsoft Docs[^]
Socket Class (System.Net.Sockets) | Microsoft Docs[^]

Also see this rather old CodeProject article: Introduction to TCP client server in C#[^]

Here is a more modern example: High Performance TCP Client Server using TCPListener and TCPClient in .NET Standard[^]
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