On Tuesday 19 September 2006 09:05, Lukasz wrote:
> I would like to install a PostgreSQL. I know how to manage the database
> itself, creae databases, user, groups and so on. But I don't know how
> to allow other users, who are outside LAN to connect to database
> through Internet.
> For example, my external IP is xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx, and my IP in the local
> network is yyy.yyy.yyy.yyy. I want to install PostgreSQL on the
> computer with yyy.yyy... What and where I need to configure to have
> access to my database from Internet?
From a security point of view, this may not be the best idea. It is probably
a better idea to set up some kind of proxy between the internet and your
database, but we don't know what your use case is.
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