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Hello everyone, here is my problem, my stupid ISP blocks port 25 (SMTP) I have a centos machine that sends emails to me when certain events happen at home. I ...
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- 12-08-2008 #1
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- Jun 2007
Hello everyone, here is my problem, my stupid ISP blocks port 25 (SMTP)
I have a centos machine that sends emails to me when certain events happen at home.
I need to use iptables to change the port that postfix uses for outgoing SMTP (I'm not receiving email, I'm SENDING). My receiving server already listens to port 3044.
So all I need is a line that tells IPTABLES to change only outbound traffic on port 25 to 3044.
- 12-11-2008 #2
maybe a stupid question, but can't you use port 25 at home?
or change the port where you sending it from to port 3044.
I dunno where to change it in Linux because I never used it.
Good luck with it
- 12-13-2008 #3
- 12-13-2008 #4
It's maybe not squid, but I think iptables can also help
I'm going read the tutorial.
- 12-13-2008 #5
AS you might have already found out the TUTORIAL is for iptables.
- 12-13-2008 #6
sorry my bad, I thought it was another topic