I have MySQL setup on a FreeBSD system but cannot connect remotely to the MySQL server. It was suggested that I try to Telnet to port 3306 to see if there was any response, but doing this does not give a connection.
Make sure the daemon is listening on 3306:
> sockstat -4l | grep 3306
If not, make sure the daemon is running.
> ps -U mysql
If the daemon isn't running, start it:
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