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Old 28th January 2010, 04:00
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Default Mysql SSL

Hi there,
I have added private branch ISPConfig-2.2.jmroth (copy of stable branch).
Amongst others to follow, this now contains a feature to enable remote access to mysql via SSL only ('GRANT ..... REQUIRE SSL').
I feel this needs discussion on how to make it official, as
- mysql has to support ssl (i.e. it needs to be configured and there need to be certificates created/installed)
- port 3306 needs to be reachable from outside as far as the network/firewall is concerned
Greetings
JM
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