> I had setup my pg_hba.conf originally like this:
> host all all 10.15.0.0 255.255.255.0 trust
> I was under the impression that the .0 was supposed to be equivalent to
> a wildcard entry so that any connection from 10.15 would be able to
> connect. This was not so. By changing my pg_hba.conf to this:
> host all all 10.15.13.0 255.255.255.0 trust
> I was able to connect successfully. The .0 works as a wildcard entry
> for the last part but not the one prior.
Yes, when your subnet mask is set for a /24, that's correct.
Your first attempt above allowed connections for anything in the
10.15.0/24 subnet (which 10.15.13 is not a part of).
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