SingleStore DB

Configuring Host-Based Security

You can use a firewall to restrict which hosts can access SingleStore DB. For example, if you’re running a SingleStore DB cluster on Amazon EC2, you can configure security groups to restrict network access by specifying allowed IP addresses or security groups.

You can also set the bind-address variable to restrict the range of IP addresses which are allowed to connect to SingleStore DB. For example, if you set it to 127.0.0.1, you will only be able to connect to SingleStore DB locally. See bind_address in the Non-Sync Variables List.