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From:h.kapper Date:April 25 1999 7:34pm
Subject:Re: Proxy access
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I'd say there's no need for proxy-support in myodbc, just use a proxy-server
like Wingate and enable tcp-mappings that do the job for you - or simply
install the free SOCKS Client for Windows from Hummingbird and go this way.


On Wed, 21 Apr 1999 08:50:22 +1200, "Brian Andrews" <brian@stripped> wrote to
"Garry Shtern" <shterng@stripped>, <myodbc@stripped>:

>> I was wondering how much would it cost to implement proxy support into the
>> ODBC driver.  I am really interested in having the ability to connect to
>> mysql through a proxy.  Please let me know as soon as possible.
>Yeah, I'm after this too. I brought it up some time
>ago but Monty didn't think it was something that
>should be in the driver. It sure makes sense to
>me, however, - most other Winsock clients attempt
>to support SOCKS4, 5 etc
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Proxy accessGarry Shtern17 Apr
  • Proxy accessMichael Widenius17 Apr
  • RE: Proxy accessBrian Andrews21 Apr
    • Re: Proxy accessh.kapper25 Apr
    • Problem w/MyODBC and Visual FoxPro 6.xPhillip Grant9 Jun
      • Problem w/MyODBC and Visual FoxPro 6.xMichael Widenius9 Jun