I have to do a config of a Red Hat server for a client of mine soon.
It's an EsatBT client running ISDN with a static ip in Roscommon.
I'm going to configure one box to do the dial on demand and act as a
Another box as a SMTP,IMAP,LDAP,DHCP and web proxy server. The question I
have is does the typical EsatBT fixed ip client need to specifically dequeue
the MX server or will Esat automagically relay messages to the client's SMTP
server as soon as the router brings up the ppp connection (assuming I DNAT
port 25 to my internal SMTP server)?
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