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comment iptables allow everything from one ip
See if this is of any use for you: sysadminman.net/blog/2009/iptables-for-asterisk-and-freepbx-772
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answered Cofiguring DHCP server on ubuntu
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comment Forward local port or socket file to remote socket file
If the reason you don't want to use TCP on the mySQL box is because of security concerns (i.e. remote attacks, etc) you can ofcourse either firewall it, and if that is not good enough, make mySQL only listen to 127.0.0.1 for its TCP connections, then you can tunnel through SSH easily. If not, I support the socat solution below.
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answered CentOS - Apache - Is it possible to add umask directive to httpd.conf or vhost.conf file?
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comment socat: Show incoming connections
I gave it some more thought and came up with a very simple solution, so I replaced my old suggestion. If someone is interested they can look at the old edits. :P Hope this is good enough for your use case!