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Re: [suse-security] *****SPAM***** [suse-security] Mail server access fine from outside, not inside
you have to setup NAT on the firewall properly so that it will
translate your public addresses into proper private ones.
I would suggest that you obtain external access so you can see the
performance as the outside world sees it.
Not just a shell account that you ssh into as that is crossing your WAN
On Mon, 30 May 2005, Antonio Montani Jimenez wrote:
> i have a webpage and a mail server accesible from the
> internet. However, i cant access both of them
> internally using my public adress, i have to access it
> through the internal address, 192.168.....
> is it a firewall problem, i presume... but i havent
> fdigured it out...
> i tried dnating anything going to my public adress
> from anywhere to be forwarded to the mail server, and
> it works from the outside, but not on the inside. any
> thanks in advance
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