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From:Gerald Clark Date:January 3 2002 4:55pm
Subject:Re: SSH tunnel MySQL traffic: BOTH remote & local?
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You use a different  port # for the tunnel.

MySQL baby wrote:

> If I've got one computer with MySQL client and server on it, running everything
> localhost,
> 
> but I want to reach out to another MySQL server, through an SSH tunnel, for some
> things,
> 
> does anyone know how to differentiate between the two?
> 
> 
> Usually, for SSH tunnelling, you access a port # at localhost, but if I also need
> that port # at localhost, (3306), what's a guy to do?
> 
> 
> Any advice appreciated.
> 
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SSH tunnel MySQL traffic: BOTH remote & local?MySQL baby3 Jan
  • Re: SSH tunnel MySQL traffic: BOTH remote & local?Gerald Clark3 Jan
RE: SSH tunnel MySQL traffic: BOTH remote & local?Gary.Every3 Jan
  • RE: SSH tunnel MySQL traffic: BOTH remote & local?John Barton3 Jan
RE: SSH tunnel MySQL traffic: BOTH remote & local?Ernie Hershey3 Jan