Replication using ssl rather than (telnet?)

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I have replication all set to go between an ubuntu Master and a FreeBSD
Slave. However, no matter what I try I can't get telnetd to run on the
master and the slave is not connecting (I am assuming it's using
telnet). Can someone point me to a dumbed-down recipe on altering my
existing my.cnf files to use SSL for the replication connection to the
Master? Currently I can SSH into either machine, and from one to the
other, without problems.
The error is this:

codd# mysql -u <a user with 'replication slave' rights> -p -h <Master
Enter password:
ERROR 2003 (HY000): Can't connect to MySQL server on '<Master
hostname>' (61)



Re: Replication using ssl rather than (telnet?)

This has been solved. Ubuntu uses a my.cnf parameter of "bind-address"
which was looking only at I thought commenting out
"skip-networking" would  take care of this. This info for those who
don't want to look foolish posting too quick.

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