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Can ip table use mysql to authentication
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dou you mean iptables?
iptables has no authentication/authorization, it's run inside the kernel
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Hi,

As ahoffmann said they are not used for authentication and they do run inside the kernel, however you can set up iptables to
only allow a certain IP/MAC address to connect to a certain port e.g. 3306 which, MySQL runs on.
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