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hello everybody
i have a big problem with the connection of mysql connect i want to connect to an other data base with out binding Ip adresse in the host server .

i have an application and i want to manage 2 web sites with this appliction because the tow web sites has the same database .

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Could you please explain in more detail what your problem is and if necessary provide some code because it is hard to understand with very few details.

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Correct me if I'm wrong, but shouldn't you look at your firewall and/or routing table to get what you want?

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thanks for your reply
i will explaine the problem :
i have a server A and the server A www.example.com has a data base A ,server A is online.
i have an other Server B www.example.com i want to access to the database on the server A ,
i searched on the net i found that i have to add the IP of the Server B on the my.cnf file on the server A that called Binding-Ip look at this tutorial http://www.cyberciti.biz/tips/how-do-i-enable-remote-access-to-mysql-database-server.html but i can't access to the file only the host company can do this. this is my big problem

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In your cpanel there will be a remote sql or remote hosts section where you can add in the problem domains/ip's. Generally the hosts provide an interface to allow you to do this such as cpanel or webmin.

thanks for your reply
i will explaine the problem :
i have a server A and the server A www.example.com has a data base A ,server A is online.
i have an other Server B www.example.com i want to access to the database on the server A ,
i searched on the net i found that i have to add the IP of the Server B on the my.cnf file on the server A that called Binding-Ip look at this tutorial http://www.cyberciti.biz/tips/how-do-i-enable-remote-access-to-mysql-database-server.html but i can't access to the file only the host company can do this. this is my big problem

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