> i'm sorry but i seem to be completely missing your point.
> 
> mysql accepts incoming requests on a specific socket (can't remember 

You mean "port", don't you?

> one, but postgresql is 5432) and therefore where you are is not an
> issue.

Well, the issue is, that normally, connects to mysql are NOT allowed from any 
arbitrary host.  Normally, in safe setups, network connections to mysql are not 
possible.  And if they are, you need to specify a ip from which connects are allowed.

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