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New To MySQL Proxy Question
Posted by: Anthony Looper
Date: August 12, 2010 09:12AM

Greetings,

I was looking through the documentation on MySQL Proxy to see if I could find where IP based permissions were listed. This is in regards to enabling the Query Analyzer.

I likely overlooked it but here is what I'm trying to understand;

Previously my users for a remote app server would look like this.
'app_user'@'10.255.255.255/255.255.0.0'

With MySQL Proxy and Query Analyzer enabled the source of access is coming from MySQL proxy which is local. That same user is now listed to MySQL Server as;
'app_user'@'localhost'

Fantastic that it works but now the 'app_user' account can be accessed from any machine which I don't want. Instead of an OS routing table/firewall solution is there a way to do this within MySQL Proxy so that it can once again be only accessed by a certain IP?

Thank you.

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