[NBLUG/talk] [SoCoSA/discuss] Sending to Comcast mailserver woes....
mark at oswizards.com
Tue Nov 20 08:54:30 PST 2007
No, it was a 3 zone NAT firestarter script that I had tweaked just the way I
wanted it. It had been working wonderful for years. All of a sudden in mid
September things started to get a bit wierd.... and it was only with comcast.
It may be me... then again, I may have been caught in something that I need to
adapt to. The slashdot article is interesting.
I have since removed my trusty firestarter script and gone with a quick and
easy default script for now. I guess I will have to dig into the details of
my firestarter script and try to tweak it to stay up with the times.
On Monday November 19 2007, Trevor Benson wrote:
> Do you have a SNAT and DNAT rules for this system in place giving it its
> own inbound outbound translation in both directions? Off the top of my
> head it sounds like maybe the SNAT is in place but the DNAT is
> misconfigured. Could be lots of other things, but that's the first thing I
> think of.
Mark Street, D.C., RHCE
CTO Alliance Medical Center
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