I'm a new user and I hope to get it right.

However I've a problem with a remote access to postgresql.

I've changed postgresql.conf (listen_addresses = '*') and I've changed pg_hba.conf (I've added host all all trust) but I can't do remote access into database.

How could I find its reason?

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    An error message would be a good start. Log entries, packet captures, firewall rulesets, networking config, and all the other things necessary to diagnose the fault might also be important. – womble Nov 25 '15 at 0:58
  • Please include the command line and output you see on the remote host when you attempt to contact the database server. – RobertL Nov 25 '15 at 5:54

On the line in pg_hba.conf, the address field value allows only a single client with IP address Usually specify the mask as to allow all clients with IP addresses 10.0.x.x.

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