SSH Tunneling - Automatic Backup Scheduler for MySQL
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SSH Tunneling


SSH ( Secure Shell Host ) can be used to encrypt communications between Automatic Backup Scheduler for MySQL and your remote MySQL server. This is known as SSH tunneling and is actually quite simple to use.
SSH Settings
SSH Host: Address of the machine on which SSH server is running.
SSH Port: Port on which SSH server is listening. By default, it is 22.
Username: Username to access the SSH server ( Note: It's not the MySQL server ).

You can use either Password authentication or Private/Public Key authentication with SSH tunneling. Most users use password authentication.

Use Proxy Server: If the SSH Server should communicated with Proxy Server, please check the option and set it. Read more...





See also:
  1. Task - Back up MySQL databases to the SQL files
  2. Task - Back up MySQL databases to the other server
  3. Task - Back up a MySQL database to the other database
  4. Task - Restore MySQL databases from the backup files
  5. Task - Restore MySQL databases from the other server
  6. Task - Restore a MySQL database from the other database
  7. Task - Execute SQL Script
  8. Page - MySQL Server
  9. Page - Source Server and Database
  10. Page - Destination Server and Database
  11. Page - Select Databases
  12. Page - Select Source Items
  13. Page - Add Backup Files
  14. Page - Recovery Databases
  15. Page - Backup Files
  16. Page - Upload Backup Files
  17. Page - Execute SQL script before starting and after ending
  18. Page - Enter SQL Script
  19. Page - Task Scheduler
  20. Options - MySQL Database Advanced Settings
  21. Options - Backup File Settings
  22. Options - Compression Options
  23. Options - Back up Tablespaces
  24. Options - SMTP Options
  25. Protocol - SSL Protocol
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