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Old 04-06-2003, 04:46 AM   #1
Manuel-H
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Portfw and Sendmail


I am having relay problem with sendmail.
Search the web but did not find anything else that I can try.

Here is my setup: (Slackware 9.0 kernel 2.4.20)

(WAN IP 1)---> fw(192.168.0.4) -->(portfw WAN IP 2 to) --->192.168.0.5
(sendmail)

Portforwarding is okay, I can see the packets coming in to sendmail server.

However, my sendmail is rejecting it.
Here is my /etc/maillog

Apr 6 17:00:50 t1 sm-mta[1275]: h3690nW2001275: ruleset=check_rcpt,
arg1=<manuel@buyee.com.sg>, relay=[192.168.0.4], reject=550 5.7.1
<manuel@buyee.com.sg>... Relaying denied. IP name lookup failed
[192.168.0.4]
Apr 6 17:00:50 t1 sm-mta[1275]: h3690nW2001275: from=<myhoo@t1.myhoo.net>,
size=0, class=0, nrcpts=0, proto=ESMTP, daemon=MTA, relay=[192.168.0.4]

How do I make it to reflect the original IP instead of my fw IP.
On my fw, I have my masq on for the local IP.

Anyone have any sugesstion on what I should try?
Tried the smart host in sendmail.cf.
Put myhoo.net in relay-domains and local-host-names.

Last edited by Manuel-H; 04-06-2003 at 04:56 AM.
 
Old 04-06-2003, 08:36 AM   #2
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Why not just set sendmail to accept mail from that IP?
 
Old 04-06-2003, 08:52 AM   #3
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Wouldn't it be then a open relay to everyone?

What I would need is to translate the internet IP from the sender to the local IP and then translate it back to the internet IP when it's about to sent out. NAT? I already have MASQ on the 192.168.0.4 machine.
 
Old 04-06-2003, 10:42 AM   #4
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It really seems to me it is a sendmail configuration problem, not iptables. I would put the hostname your sendmail server knows 192.168.0.4 by in the local-host-names file, and in LocalIP(FEATURE(`access_db') in the sendmail.mc). You might try the following sites for more information:

http://www.sendmail.org/~ca/email/relayingdenied.html
http://www.jandg-cooper.com/home_network/mail.html
 
  


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