New? behavior og rbl's
peter at farrows.org
Fri Sep 23 13:11:58 IST 2011
On 23/09/2011 12:54, Alex Broens wrote:
> On 2011-09-23 13:33, Peter Farrow wrote:
>> Sending out on different IPs is nonsense.
> it's as nonsense as being insured - chances you really need it, is
> under normal circumstances, rather small.
> The fact that a network probably was infected clearly shows having his
> mail server on a separate IP *could" have spared him lots of headaches.
>> and yes I am having a bad day... (but not with spam or blacklists)
> lets all wish you a better day :)
>>it's as nonsense as being insured
Funnily enough thats what my bad day is all about - insurance
But the best solution is probably to shift the IP of the gateway by one,
if this happens rather than always have a second gateway.
When I provision circuits for small companies I always go for a /29
network so there are some free to play with!
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