I can't connect via TCP/IP to the MySQL server.
The server is installed in a Debian Linux and there's a PostGreSQL server running at the same time. (which is working fine and has tcp/ip connection btw)
But everytime I try to remotely connect to the MYSQL server I get the following:
Connecting to MySQL server 172.29.85.188... Access denied for user 'root'@'172.29.70.25' (using password: YES)
Am I missing something here? I can log in fine if I run a SSH connection to the server. I also DID change the mysql.conf file to remove the BLINDIP setting.
btw: I tried also using the line
GRANT ALL PRIVILEGES ON *.* TO root@"%" IDENTIFIED BY '1234';
I get a reply:
Query OK, 0 rows affected (0.00 sec)
And still no remote access. (I'm pretty sure the 0 rows affected has something to do with it)