When an Adaptive Server client scans the interfaces file for a server name, the client uses the first “query” entry it encounters for the server’s entry. This makes configuring clients to use multiple network connections less straightforward than configuring the server ports. You have two choices:
Use the same DSQUERY name for all clients. The interfaces files on the different machines contain different network names.
Use different DSQUERY names for the clients. The interfaces files on all the machines are the same, but they contain multiple DSQUERY names.