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Ben Clewett wrote:
> Dear MySQL,
> A new installation of 4.1.9 on AIX 5. I have a GRANT that is not working.
> Connecting from foreign server 'pho.com' with IP of '192.168.1.1', I
> should be able to GRANT using either:
> mysql> GRANT all ON test.* TO test@'192.168.%' IDENTIFIED BY 'test';
> mysql> GRANT all ON test.* TO test@'%.com' IDENTIFIED BY 'test';
> The second version '%.com' allows access. The first version access by
> IP '192.168.%' does not work.
> This always has worked on 4.1.9 before. There is nothing in the manual
> to elaborate on this problem. As far as I can see, this should work
> Would any users be able to suggest a solution to this?
> Ben Clewett.
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