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Re: connect from network PC

From: bob_bamber(at)hotmail(dot)com (Bob)
To: pgsql-novice(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Re: connect from network PC
Date: 2004-03-19 15:37:47
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robert ("Robert Morgan") wrote in message news:<005b01c40d97$5f098a20$0200a8c0(at)hyde>...
> Hi I have Postgres installed on a PC running RH9 which is networked to my o
> ther (win2k) PC. I have created a couple of DB's and want to connect to the
> m from my win2k PC using DBTools however I get this error message:
> Loading Server pgsql(at)localhost (PostgreSQL): could not connect to server: C
> onnection refused (0x0000274D/10061)
>  Is the server running on host and accepting  TCP/IP connection
> s on port 5432?
> I realise this a DBTools error message but does anyone have any ideas?
> I have a mysql server running on the same RH pc and can connect to the MySq
> l databases without a problem.
> Thanks
> Bob
> --

I've seen this message a few times and in each case it was because
postgres wasn't configured to accept TCP/IP connections.

Hope that helps.


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