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Forum: Installation/Configuration 24th December 2010, 03:10
Replies: 3
Views: 2,654
Posted By matty
The "web" part of webmail should give you a hint....

The "web" part of webmail should give you a hint. :p

Port 80 and 443, both TCP.
Forum: Server Operation 17th December 2010, 01:48
Replies: 15
Views: 12,443
Posted By matty
The problem seems to be with your DNS servers. ...

The problem seems to be with your DNS servers.

I can't query anything about your domain designoutput.net. It looks like your glue records point both ns1.designoutput.net & ns2.designoutput.net to...
Forum: Server Operation 15th December 2010, 01:44
Replies: 15
Views: 12,443
Posted By matty
Is this site the only issue? It doesn't accept...

Is this site the only issue? It doesn't accept connections from me, either. In this case, the issue is at their end.



That is the nameserver that is answering your dig query. Probably your...
Forum: Installation/Configuration 15th December 2010, 01:26
Replies: 5
Views: 2,993
Posted By matty
Some ISPs support bonding/multilink ADSL...

Some ISPs support bonding/multilink ADSL connections. Check with yours, and googling for the same will reveal some info about it. It won't give you a great deal in the way of overall redundancy, as...
Forum: Server Operation 26th November 2010, 02:42
Replies: 18
Views: 4,968
Posted By matty
I meant to add that if you find out the name of...

I meant to add that if you find out the name of your ISP's mail server, you can just set postfix to send mail out through it to bypass the block. In /etc/postfix/main.cf, either edit or create the...
Forum: Server Operation 26th November 2010, 02:36
Replies: 18
Views: 4,968
Posted By matty
From the information you've given, I suspect your...

From the information you've given, I suspect your server is on a Bigpond connection. They definitely do block port 25 outbound on most connections.
...
Forum: Server Operation 25th November 2010, 23:35
Replies: 18
Views: 4,968
Posted By matty
The most likely reason for that error is the ISP...

The most likely reason for that error is the ISP that hosts your server is blocking outbound connections on port 25. I'm guessing you're using a residential style internet connection, which is why...
Forum: Server Operation 25th November 2010, 06:52
Replies: 18
Views: 4,968
Posted By matty
Creating an access list of authorised senders is...

Creating an access list of authorised senders is good practice to stop your email server being abused by spammers. So, you need to tell postfix who is allowed to send mail through it. The default...
Forum: Programming/Scripts 25th November 2010, 06:44
Replies: 1
Views: 4,178
Posted By matty
Generally it's 'make uninstall', but it depends...

Generally it's 'make uninstall', but it depends on what the coder decided to add to the Makefile.
Forum: Server Operation 25th November 2010, 06:16
Replies: 18
Views: 4,968
Posted By matty
Where is the server in comparison to where you...

Where is the server in comparison to where you are sending email from, network wise? Are you on the same LAN, or are you across the internet somewhere?

Generally, you only need to add your IPs to...
Forum: Server Operation 19th October 2010, 08:28
Replies: 20
Views: 10,198
Posted By matty
I still think you're on the wrong track with...

I still think you're on the wrong track with worrying about the tproxy. It's bound to the IPv6 address on your system, and unless you have specifically configured a public IPv6 address, your ISP...
Forum: HOWTO-Related Questions 19th October 2010, 08:12
Replies: 3
Views: 3,631
Posted By matty
I think you might be not quite catching on to...

I think you might be not quite catching on to what is happening in that diagram, and in the original howto. The "real servers" are the application servers, such as webservers, that provide the...
Forum: HOWTO-Related Questions 18th October 2010, 08:22
Replies: 3
Views: 3,631
Posted By matty
To follow the method in the howto, you need 4...

To follow the method in the howto, you need 4 nodes (servers). You could get away with 3 if you didn't want redundancy for the load balancer.

You can clone your completed server (obviously...
Forum: Server Operation 18th October 2010, 07:39
Replies: 20
Views: 10,198
Posted By matty
Tproxy would refer to transparent proxy. I have...

Tproxy would refer to transparent proxy. I have the same services running on my server (on different ports), but I don't get listed in CBL. I'm fairly certain what you're seeing is just your IPv6...
Forum: Server Operation 18th October 2010, 07:08
Replies: 1
Views: 1,573
Posted By matty
Have you tried deactivating your greylisting...

Have you tried deactivating your greylisting service? It seems to be rejecting with 554 which is a permanent error, so the sending server won't try again.
Forum: Technical 27th September 2010, 05:41
Replies: 3
Views: 4,567
Posted By matty
This can be because of block size and file size....

This can be because of block size and file size. If, for example, your disk is formatted with 4k blocks and you have lots of files that are less than 4k in size, you end up with slack space in the...
Forum: General 23rd September 2010, 08:28
Replies: 10
Views: 16,198
Posted By matty
grep through your apache logs for words like...

grep through your apache logs for words like wget, curl, tar, exec, perl, and so on. They will most likely be using a script vulnerability to download, unpack, and run the files. That should show up...
Forum: HOWTO-Related Questions 21st September 2010, 00:35
Replies: 3
Views: 2,443
Posted By matty
Really, you won't need to load balance bind. If...

Really, you won't need to load balance bind. If you have an additional bind instance that you want to load balance with, treat it like the others and make it directly available. Most people only use...
Forum: Installation/Configuration 17th September 2010, 01:49
Replies: 6
Views: 4,492
Posted By matty
I have no idea about those erors, but when I...

I have no idea about those erors, but when I tried setting up getmail through the ISPC3 interface, I didn't have much luck as it's setup to deliver to only one mailbox. I needed to come up with my...
Forum: HOWTO-Related Questions 17th September 2010, 01:04
Replies: 3
Views: 2,443
Posted By matty
The two scenarios you mention, DNS and email,...

The two scenarios you mention, DNS and email, don't really need a special load balance or HA setup as they have it built in. Just build as many servers as you need and make them available via DNS...
Forum: HOWTO-Related Questions 16th September 2010, 08:41
Replies: 14
Views: 27,563
Posted By matty
I'm fairly certain a lot of the bonding modes use...

I'm fairly certain a lot of the bonding modes use a gratuitous arp to advise the network which NIC is in control. This would require a switched environment where all NICs see each other. Connecting...
Forum: Server Operation 9th September 2010, 04:09
Replies: 1
Views: 3,326
Posted By matty
I haven't attempted what you are trying, but...

I haven't attempted what you are trying, but maybe something in the way aliases are handled could be useful.

http://www.postfix.org/aliases.5.html
Forum: Developers' Forum 3rd September 2010, 03:36
Replies: 7
Views: 3,648
Posted By matty
The script is the easy bit. Here's one I posted...

The script is the easy bit. Here's one I posted the other day to add zones to a secondary BIND server.
http://www.howtoforge.com/forums/showpost.php?p=237715&postcount=4

What would be useful,...
Forum: Installation/Configuration 3rd September 2010, 03:20
Replies: 8
Views: 4,485
Posted By matty
Hi adionne. Sorry, I missed this thread earlier....

Hi adionne. Sorry, I missed this thread earlier. One of the quirks of DNS is you can end up with records like those. The trick is, when entering a fully qualified name like ns13.zoneedit.com, you...
Forum: Server Operation 2nd September 2010, 02:07
Replies: 3
Views: 5,257
Posted By matty
Some logs would be good. Also, is your firewall...

Some logs would be good. Also, is your firewall configured to pass traffic on port 25/tcp to and from your server?
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