"William Kyngesburye" <kyngchaos(at)kyngchaos(dot)com> writes:
> When connection with the Bonjour name of the postgres server, it ignores the
> md5 setting and always trusts the connection. I tried with other auth
> methods with the same effect.
What exactly have you got in pg_hba.conf?
AFAIK there is no such thing as a "Bonjour connection"; Bonjour just
provides a means for the server to advertise its IP address. I
speculate that what it's advertising is a port that you have configured
to be trusted.
regards, tom lane
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