Re: Securing SQL access via the Internet

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"Luke" <Luke@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
I am not very familiar with SQL so I am hoping someone can give me a bit

We will shortly have a number of clients connecting to a new SQL server
across the Internet (publishing the port via one of our public IP

What I want to find out is whether there is a secure way to do this (such
some kind of front end SQL server that relays the commands to the actual
server, or similar) or a way to secure it better against Internet based

Thanks for your assistance :)


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