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Jan. 9, 2022, 9:39 p.m. | /u/malahci

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I have a mysql server that's closed to public access but I'm working with a number of people (5ish) and have been whitelisting IP addresses for anyone who needs access to it. This is fine but not really sustainable - it means everyone has to wait on me any time they go to a new location, and I feel like it's not going to cut it once we have actual user data. I can think of a few options:

1) The AWS managed client VPN seems like a great solution, …

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