What's required for this? Is it just a working sshd on the linux side and
ssh client on windows? (Could you give an example of the magic command
that will make it all work? ;)
On Mon, 7 May 2001, Tom Lane wrote:
> "Rony Khoury" <rkrk(at)hotmail(dot)com> writes:
> > I read in the mailling list archive something about the possibility of using
> > SSL to do transactions through an encrypted tunel.
> > Did any one manage to do that?
> I do not think ODBC has any support for SSL (though I might be wrong).
> However, if you can set up an SSH tunnel then you can pass the Postgres
> connection through that, without any special cooperation from either
> the ODBC or Postgres server side.
> regards, tom lane
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