> > 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.

Hi

as it happens i'm just installing my webserver...
i'd like to set it up just like that, but don't know how..
of cause i set it in mysql, but i don't trust mysql,
so it'd like linux ( redhat 7.1) take care of that .....
all connections just from localip or my STATIC work ip....

could you/or someone help?

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