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From:Eldon Ziegler Date:January 13 2004 6:17pm
Subject:Re: firewall ports to open
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Our server works with remote access just with 3306/tcp. Maybe it's 
something to do with what you are using to access mysql.

At 12:53 pm 1/13/2004, you wrote:
>I am trying to allow someone to access our mysql server that is behind our 
>firewall.  If I open the firewall ports 3306-65000/tcp the person can get 
>through.  If I just try to open up the port 3306/tcp, they can not get 
>through.  Is there another port that I need to open also?  I have tried 
>3306-3307/tcp but that wasn't it.  Any help would be appreciated.  I have 
>also searched the web and could only find that it uses 3306 and 3307, but 
>that sounded kind of weird to me.
>
>Thanks
>Steve
>
>
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Eldon Ziegler
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