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Connecting to remote Sybase ASE 15 server causes arithmetic overflow

I have a SYBASE ASE 15.0 ESD #7 server that I'm attempting to connect to remotely. The user I'm attempting to login as has a login trigger configured that sets a couple of the sso and sa roles. I can login locally with the user and everything works fine. I'm able to do everything I need to as the user.

Logging in remotely is another story. Any query after logging in results in the following error:

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Execution of login script '' failed with last error = 3606.  See server errorlog for details.
If I look at the error log on the server, it does have that error, which is an arithmetic overflow. Does anyone have any ideas why a login would throw an arithmetic overflow? I'm fairly convinced it doesn't have anything to do with the login script at this point, but I'm still not entirely sure.

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Can you please share the login script being used ?
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I'm pretty sure at this point that the login script is unrelated. I removed the login script from the user using sp_modifylogin and removed the passwords from the roles. I still can't login remotely as either the user I was trying or as the sa user. It still throws the same error.
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