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Old 4th April 2012, 15:26
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Default No connection to mysql database from other subnet

Hi

I`ve installed a ISPConfig3 multi server setup with a webserver, a mailserver and a dns-server.
Then i installed a second dns-server in an other remote-subnet.
My problem is, that i can't connect it to my database, which is located on the web server.
When configuring the second dns-server, this question appears and i answer with "yes":

Shall this server join an existing ISPConfig multiserver setup (y,n)

I entered the correct master-server host, user and password, but the answer is always:

Unable to connect to mysql server

Although I'm working as root, i don't have permission to see/modify mysql.user

How can i get the permission to connect to my database?

thx for helping
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