internal ip address
Denis.Beauchemin at usherbrooke.ca
Wed Feb 6 13:30:30 GMT 2008
alexbo at myself.com a écrit :
> Hi there,
> my Linux server has MailScanner v4.65.3 with postfix v2.1.5
> When, for example, I send a message from a pc whose internal ip address is 10.0.0.175 taking a look in the headers of outgoing mail I've seen the last header just before Message-ID to appear like that
> Received: from [10.0.0.175] (pc1 [10.0.0.175])
> by smtp.vvv.net (Postfix) with ESMTP id 6EBF7A75C7
> for <aaa at mail.com>; Tue, 5 Feb 2008 14:16:09 +0100 (CET)
> Why the ip address of the sender is shown (twice) in square brackets ?
> My task is avoiding the outer world to know the internal ip of the sender...
The IP addresses you use are non-routable. That means nobody can access
your computers from the internet because no router will allow them. So
don't worry about the whole world knowing about your internal IP addresses.
°v° Denis Beauchemin, analyste
/(_)\ Université de Sherbrooke, S.T.I.
^ ^ T: 819.821.8000x62252 F: 819.821.8045
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