Need help in establishing pgadmin4 to connect to postgres database servers running on port 5433

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Need help in establishing pgadmin4 to connect to postgres database servers running on port 5433

Bikram MAJUMDAR

Hi ,

We need help in resolving connection issues using the pgadmin tool.

We had our pgadmin (pgadmin4) installed a few months back on windows 10 and we were able to use it for  our postgres server running on port 5432.

But, recently we had to change our postgres server port from 5433 to 5432 - 

And accordingly, in pgadmin we changed the port also to 5433 – but we are receiving connection timed out error in connecting to our server (see below screen shot).

 

 

 

Please help to resolve this issue.

 

Thanks and regards,

Bikram Majumdar

Sr Software Developer/DBA, Aqsacom Inc.

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Re: Need help in establishing pgadmin4 to connect to postgres database servers running on port 5433

Khushboo Vashi
Hi,

On Mon, Aug 12, 2019 at 10:25 PM Bikram MAJUMDAR <[hidden email]> wrote:

Hi ,

We need help in resolving connection issues using the pgadmin tool.

We had our pgadmin (pgadmin4) installed a few months back on windows 10 and we were able to use it for  our postgres server running on port 5432.

On which platform your Postgres server is running? 
Are you able to connect the Postgres server from Windows 10 with other application (ex: psql)?

Thanks,
Khushboo

But, recently we had to change our postgres server port from 5433 to 5432 - 

And accordingly, in pgadmin we changed the port also to 5433 – but we are receiving connection timed out error in connecting to our server (see below screen shot).

 

 

 

Please help to resolve this issue.

 

Thanks and regards,

Bikram Majumdar

Sr Software Developer/DBA, Aqsacom Inc.

c. 1.972.365.3737

e. [hidden email]

s. BIKRAM MAJUMDAR

 

 

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