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  1. Last time I had to do this I used [bind-address=wha.te.ver.ip] with a specific port , granting users, flushing and dealing with iptables. Done. This time I'de like to create a tunnel between the two , and using the external server solely as sql . Iv'e got everything installed, rsync set up locally and remote [for when I bork something lol ] sql 5.3 x86_64 centos 5.5 running only basic services needed for access and the sql server. The httpd server is running plesk which has a remote sql server ability, but it only has very basic settings, such as administrator and password duh ? So this will be done with , and without plesk support , which bothers me not , and is one good reason the secondary server is running no GUI , including myphpadmin or anything else unnecessary like it. So this will be done with plesk support , to allow the creation of databases on the remote machine from the users panel. As locally the sql server will be un installed completely. Iv'e already set up password-less ssh logins for myself locally as well as the backup server via rsync. Iv'e read quite a bit about tunneling sql, but before I begin I'de like to hear from anyone with experience , or any suggestions. Thanks for any replies.
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