From: Anthony Howe
Date: 2006-12-04 14:16:53 -0500
Subject: Re: Is milter-limit per IP aware?
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Christopher Lindsey wrote:
> I've been having problems getting this through to the list; I haven't
> received a copy in my mailbox or seen it on the Web archive after posting
> twice last week.
Have you white listed the mailing list?
> Is there any way to limit inbound connections on a per IP basis with
> I understand that I can say 'only allow n messages from this IP range',
> but is it possible to say 'only allow n messages for each system in
> this IP range?'
This sound like you want to look at Sendmail's access tags for:
See cf/README for:
FEATURE(`conncontrol', `nodelay', `terminate')dnl
FEATURE(`ratecontrol', `nodelay', `terminate')dnl
milter-limit limits messages, not connections. A single connection can
pass multiple messages.
> In simpler terms, I only want to allow 100 messages per hour from any IP
> address, but I don't want to list each individual address in two /16s.
> It wasn't clear to me if the 'cache-by-individual' option did this, or if
> it was just a way to store data so that multiple rule groups can share the
> same data.
+cache-by-individual is what you want. In hind sight it should have been
the original behaviour and not an option, but that evolution for ya.
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