Advice of cheap/free online server
bonnmike at gmail.com
Tue Apr 1 10:19:47 EDT 2014
If you're behind a nat you'll also have to open some ports so that outside
hits are directed towards your server, or you could just designate your
server as dmz so that all outside hits no matter what port are sent to your
server. I'd probably do the first not the second so that your security
risk is reduced. WOuld be a good idea to turn off any services that you
don't need too.
On Mon, Mar 31, 2014 at 4:23 PM, Mark Wieder <mwieder at ahsoftware.net> wrote:
> Nakia Brewer <Nakia.Brewer at ...> writes:
> > Yes, eventually I will need to make it accessible over the internet.
> > With this method am I true in assuming I will be able to connect to the
> MySQL Database on my server over the internet?
> > Sorry if this is a dumb question. I just haven't done anything with
> non-local databases.
> Just catching up on this thread.
> You have to go out of your way to connect to a database over a network.
> Normally the database is limited to connections from the same computer the
> database is running on. This is by design. It's a security risk over a
> network, and even more so over the internet. In order to change this you
> need to change the database configuration, and doing that depends on the
> type of database you'll be using.
> A better solution, especially since you're going to be installing LC
> is to let the server connect to the database, and then you talk to the
> server from a remote connection.
> Mark Wieder
> ahsoftware at gmail.com
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