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Re: #HY000Host 'XXX' is not allowed to connect to this MySQL server
Posted by: simon smith
Date: February 17, 2006 09:06AM

when i did this it worked but it keep soming up with this
4 4.1.16#9h!hiVT",¢K6h+=2~G&(7xÿBad handshake
and when i click refresh it alway come up.

can you sort this out


epico saga wrote:
> I have a problem connecting remotely to my MySQL
> Server from my windows xp home edition client
> computer. But thank God I got a solution to the
> problem. here's how I did it.
> My OS is Fedora Core 3 and my Database server is
> MySQL Max 5.0.15
> First, I created a database using CREATE DATABASE
> <database name>;
> mysql> create database <database name>;
> (Note: the create database <database name>
> command
> can be type at any case, the <> is not
> included
> I just want to emphasize that it is a database
> name)
> Second, I execute the GRANT command
> mysql> grant all on databasename.* to
> your_mysql_user@remote_host identified by
> 'your_mysql_user_password';
> the .* after the databasename is needed. don't
> omit it.
> replace your_mysql_user to your real mysql user
> account which is in my case is root.
> replace remote_host to your real remote hostname
> or ip address.
> replace your_mysql_user_password to the password
> you want to use on accessing your database. The
> single quotation at the beginning and at the end
> of the password is needed. Don't omit it.
> Third, try to connect from your remote client to
> your remote MySQL server, and vilola!!! you are
> done.
> Hope this will help a lot.

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