I’m tearing my hair out!
I’ve done a tonne of research on connecting to this postgres instance, which is housed on a droplet (even just a basic connection).
So far I’ve: -Changed the postgres port on the Droplet to 5433 (I already have a local postgres server so wanted to avoid clashes?) -updated the pg_hba.conf file with
host all all (My public IP)/32 md5
listen_addresses = '*'
changed the postgres password to 1234 for my ‘postgres’ user (otherwise it would have no p/w)
restarted postgresql on the droplet.
Now I’m trying to set up a server on PgAdmin4 and using the Droplet IP as the Host Name, port 5433, username postgres and password 1234. No role or service.
Result is: ‘Unable to connect to server: timeout expired’
I’ve tried changing pg_hba to ‘trust’ instead, and to allowing all IPs (0.0.0.0/0), but I’m just not getting anything back from the droplet at all.
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