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Old 28th June 2010, 13:19
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Thats possible but has some drawbacks. If the database server is not the master, then the mysql plugin is not able to lookup this information. In this case, the IP addresses can not be changed and no IP's can be added when e.g a website gets added as the event will never reach the database server. The only other solution will be to do it in the interface and write all IP addresses in the allowed IP field and enable the remote access checkbox by default. But then we do not win much over the current situation.
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