Dave Page wrote:
>>From: Andreas Pflug [mailto:pgadmin(at)pse-consulting(dot)de]
>>Sent: 10 October 2003 13:53
>>To: Dave Page
>>Subject: Re: [pgadmin-support] Keep-alive?
>>Each database has its own connection to the server (just
>>checked with netstat), and thus is individually target of a
>>firewall surveillance/ forced tcp disconnect.
> Good point, same problem as the icmp keep alives.
To avoid to much concentration of that not very common
matter - a firewall not in control of the DBA, but
configured the way do enforce keep alive -
this should be handled by the DBA itself.
A solution would be to just establish a connection
forwarding via SSH and a small shell script running
in the control channel (shell) outputting
some letters in a loop with delay of some seconds.
The only thing which would be nice to have at
least on windows, would be support for
tsocks works good on linux, but I have yet to
see any equivalent of this for win32.
Just my 0.0002c ;)
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