Kuan: Target prot opt source destination
Kingrey: ACCEPT udp — anywhere anywhere udp dpt:domain
Roarty: ACCEPT tcp — anywhere anywhere tcp dpt:domain
Potucek: Did it display the paste?
Lawe: 12:59 thekinginjello ACCEPT tcp — anywhere anywhere tcp dpt:mysql
Bachinski: Thekinginjello: netstat -ln grep 3306 — show me the result of that
Santolucito: Tcp 0 0 0.0.0.0:3306 0.0.0.0:* LISTEN
Bachinski: Thekinginjello: ok, mysql server is listening on 3306 for incoming connections, and iptables doesn’t look to be blocking
Squeo: There are a few rejects on the iptables
Bachinski: Thekinginjello: as mysql root, connect to the server and do SELECT user, host from mysql.user; — and pastebin.org that output. don’t want to flood the channel
Albaladejo: REJECT all — anywhere anywhere reject-with icmp-host-prohibited
Bachinski: Thekinginjello: pastie.org the entire output of sudo iptables -L
Horio: Http://pastebin.com/jyg9hgxm iptables
Brunet: Does anyone know why SUME:E is not working in Excel? I keep getting 0
Bachinski: Thekinginjello: you have 2 anonymous users
Bachinski: Thekinginjello: they are used when mysql server is installed, and are of no use, and will inhibit the use of % for host in other grants
Mandrell: Ah should I remove them?
Bachinski: Thekinginjello: then try your remote connection again
Bachinski: Thekinginjello: your iptables looks fine
Dimling: Either with mysql workbench or commandline
Bachinski: Thekinginjello: from the remote workstation – sudo nmap -PS ip_address_of_computer_running_mysql_server
Strawderman: Nmap done: 1 IP address 1 host up scanned in 5.03 seconds
Coy: Not shown: 999 filtered ports
Bachinski: Thekinginjello: 3306/tcp open mysql — should be there
Choe: Only port 22 shows up
Bachinski: Thekinginjello: what are you using to manage your firewall?
Mcconnal: I’m not sure I’m fairly new to linux
Bachinski: Thekinginjello: http://pastie.org/10426418 — review this
Fongvongsa: I have to go for a while, thanks for helping me troubleshoot this threnody
Bachinski: Thekinginjello: I don’t think your mysql server is listening for incoming tcp connections on port 3306
Upshur: Telnet: connect to address 184.108.40.206: No route to host
Ozaki: I’ll be back in about 20
Bachinski: Thekinginjello: no route to host is a network issue
Deason: Eg http://pastie.org/10426453
Mcguckin: Should I get rid off this from iptables?
Nardozzi: REJECT all — anywhere anywhere reject-with icmp-host-prohibited
Bachinski: Deason: is the placement of the mysql ACCEPT rules below the REJECT all an issue? http://pastebin.com/jyg9hgxm
Clyatt: Thekinginjello: Wrong channel for this one
Tedrow: Can i ask something about the timescheduler? I dont really get how to let something daily happening on a specific time
Mascari: I want to do a task everyday on 22:00 for example
Clyatt: Jancoow: Time scheduler?
Clyatt: Jancoow: Are you sure you are in the right channel?
Deason: Bachinski: probably used -A append to end instead of -I insert at top
Strobridge: Jancoow: See http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.6/en/event-scheduler-thread-states.html
Ledwith: Salle: yes, lol. Scheduler in mysql
Bachinski: Deason: I don’t suspect thekinginjello did this manually