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From:Mike Grabski Date:December 5 2002 10:18pm
Subject:RE: mysql breaking through a firewall
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Opening TCP port 3306 for inbound requests on your firewall should be
adequate.

Mike Grabski

-----Original Message-----
From: Grant Cooper [mailto:gcooper@stripped]
Sent: Thursday, December 05, 2002 2:05 PM
To: mysql@stripped
Subject: mysql breaking through a firewall


I am trying to break through my admins firewall on 1531. But my admin was
thinking it needs more than one port like Microsoft MySQL. Are there special
requirements for port assignments? If this doesn't work I have to use M.
MySQL. :(

Thanks in advance.

G. Cooper


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