Second IP address.

Discussion in 'Installation/Configuration' started by yurtboy1, Dec 14, 2007.

  1. yurtboy1

    yurtboy1 New Member

    Well I am going to try and add a new ipaddress so the postfix can use it to send emails.
    Seems that the host gave me a block of IP addresses that are not doing well with Gmail/Yahoo bulk.
    On one server without ISPConfig it was easy. I just changed the postfix settings so it would send from this new ip which is another subnet but really on the server of course.
    Is it the same process for ISPConfig ie just edit /etc/networking/interfaces to show this eth0:3
    Then /etc/hosts so it is in there.
    Then /etc/mailname
    Then /etc/postfix/ as needed?
  2. falko

    falko Super Moderator ISPConfig Developer

    Yes, it is. :)
  3. yurtboy1

    yurtboy1 New Member

    Additional Settings I had to do- not sure if best

    added full server name to the bottom of
    -otherwise emails coming to the server bounced
    Added IP address to the list if ISPCONFIG web interface under
    Managment-->Settings-->Server-->IP List
  4. Rockdrala

    Rockdrala New Member

    One this subject can i add a eth:2 and the ip address and assign it to the mail server exclusively with no conflicts in ispconfig.

    Also if i make a SSL site for a client would this be the correct place to the static IP?
  5. yurtboy1

    yurtboy1 New Member

    Not sure but

    mine is running on eth1:3
    all the other ips are another subnet
  6. yurtboy1

    yurtboy1 New Member

    Falko, is there certain settings I need to make

    sure all emails on the server show up from this IP?
    For example client x uses their domain name
    but the ip is linked to
    Should they use the smtp t send?
  7. falko

    falko Super Moderator ISPConfig Developer

    It doesn't matter what hostname or IP they use as long as it's pointing to the right server.

Share This Page