Many times SQL Server database is not running on the default port 1433. In this situation connecting with DBHawk is straight forward.
You can enter the different port on port number field. E.g with following screenshot, enter host name and the port number.
Connect to a different port with DBHawk
When connecting with Microsoft SQL Server Management studio, enter port number with comma.
Connect to a different port with SQL Server Management Studio
Here in Sever name field, entered host IP address and port number sepearated with comma.
Find out more about Miscrosof SQL Server data tools at MSSQL Client