NAT it was. I connected to skynet, checked what ip I was connected
from, and then telnetted back to that ip port 25 - and got the linux
router. Therefore we just setup the linux router to forward all mail
to the mail server - and everyone's happy - delighted in fact. Thanks
for the suggestions.
On Wed, 31 May 2000, Thomas Bridge wrote:
> The question really remains is what is the IP address of the box that's
> supposed to be handling the email? If its a private IP address on a
> dynamic IP dialup, then its almost certainly an issue of configuring NAT on
> the router properly. If it's a public address assigned by Indigo, it
> could be a routing problem - the best solution is to try and run a remote
> traceroute to the server.
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