Click the New Connection button on the Database Explorer toolbar to open the Database Connection Properties dialog box.
Enter the URL of the tunnel.php script uploaded to the web server. Note that if the web server is located on the port different from default 80, you should enter an URL like this: http://_web_server_name:port/script_location.
Select Keep connection alive to make the web server preserve the created connection open between requests.
If the tunneling script is located on the password-protected server, select Use Credentials and input login information (user, password) required to connect to the web server.
Tip: Select the Save password check box, otherwise while opening the connection, the Connect to MySQL Database dialog box will appear and dbForge Query Builder for MySQL will ask you to enter the password again.
If you can not access the web server directly, but only through a proxy server, select Use Proxy and specify proxy settings.
Password - the password of the user account on the remote MySQL Server.
Tip: To see in Database Explorer a more appropriate name for the created connection, change the default connection name. By default, it is generated like this: selected database.MySQL Server host.