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Re: MySQL Server on Virtual Private Network
Posted by: Ali Relief
Date: April 12, 2023 10:05PM

Hi there!

Yes, victimization a VPN is a viable solution to allow users from unusual locations to connect to your MySQL server as if they were part of the same Local domain Network. This would eliminate the need for a static IP address for your LAN and for the remote users.

Setting upward your own VPN web is possible, and thither are various free and paid options available. As you mentioned, Hamachi is a release option for up to 5 users, but there are other alternatives such as OpenVPN and SoftEther VPN which offer free and open source solutions for creating your own VPN network.

In price of safety, using a VPN can provide a secure and encrypted undefined for remote users to access your MySQL server. However, it's important to properly configure and procure your VPN web to avoid potency security issues. You should also ensure that all users conjunctive to the VPN have specific authentication and get at control measures in place to prevent unofficial access.

I hope this helps! countenance me know if you have any further questions.

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