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From: Sascha Vogt
Date: 2004-09-25 05:59:47 -0400
Subject: Re: interface used by milter-sender

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Excuse us gentlemen, I try to solve that in german, in a direct 
conversation with Chris.

Sascha


--On Samstag, 25. September 2004 11:20 +0200 Christian 'CBE' Benner 
<CBE@mail.apd-hp.de> wrote:

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> Hello,
> I know we're talked already about the problem
> I have Anthony but I'll know if someone else
> use same configuration here and how
> they solved it.
>
> First I've to explain network-structure
> (which must be set this way 'cause of
> security policies given by GF)
>
> ( *1* is a part of internal company network)
> ( *2* is private address on gateway interface)
> ( *3* is router interface two)
> ( *4* is router interface to backbone)
>
> ( *1* public IP-Range )
>   ----> *2* --> *3* --> *4*
>
> is the way how a company network
> is routing. This is to prevent
> anybody to send packets to the firewall
> on *2* and/or can request some services.
>
> In that machine are two interfaces
> *1* and *2*
>
> All services can set to use a socket (server
> or client) on each interface but not
> milter-sender.
>
> milter-sender is using server interface
> which is in this case *2* and therefore
> it can not send CallBacks (they would never
> come back on a 192.168.x.x IP.
>
> Would be nice to tell milter-sender to
> use interface eth1 (which is public
> and routeable via firewall rules and
> has a public IP address.
>
>
> Is there anybody else who has
> the such a configuration ?
>
> Best regards
> Chris
>
>
>
>





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