Why not also put a wildcard for 192.168.% ? That's what we've done.
On 2/17/06, Ryan Stille <rps@stripped> wrote:
> >>> did u start mysql with --skip-name-resolve ???
> >>> Kishore Jalleda
> Kim Christensen wrote:
> > On 2/16/06, Ryan Stille <rps@stripped> wrote:
> >> Nope.
> > Well, have you tried it? Did it solve your problem?
> Sorry, I misunderstood. I thought Kishore was saying that if I had
> started the server with that option, that could be the cause of my
> problem. I'd really rather not restart the server, as it is a
> production system. I can schedule to have it done if I must.
> After looking in the manual I don't know if the --skip-name-resolve
> option would help me. It says: "Hostnames are not resolved. All Host
> column values in the grant tables must be IP numbers or localhost." - I
> don't want to specify IP's in my grant tables, I want to use a wildcard
> at my domain: %.willcomminc.com.
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