> Hmm, I don't know anything about putty. But there's really only one
> connection involved ...
> regards, tom lane
Yap agreed and as stated and as PK mentioned, You are very very right Tom.
Putty ends up being the same thing. It just provides a gui for you is all but it ends up setting up an
SSH Tunnel syntax that looks like this
So I never noticed my follie before because when you have 5432 5432 its symmetric so doesn't matter
Damn I hate things that aren't symmetric. I have a mental block when it comes to distinguishing my left from my right.
The pain of being ambidextrous brain-damaged. :).
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