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 From:  Peter Boosten <peter at boosten dot org>
 To:  m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
 Subject:  Re: [m0n0wall] Rules setup to allow only email traffic
 Date:  Mon, 29 Jan 2007 14:47:49 +0100
Nathan,

Isn't putting a box in between an option?
I'm thinking of a mail relay, which also collects the mail from the pop
accounts.
You then can allow the 'in-between-box' to access all ports 25 and 110.

My 0.02.

Peter

Nathan Woerner wrote:
> I just allowed the Traffic on the 110 and 25 ports but how do you
> specify a range of IP addresses? All that I can see is a destination
> address which is specific to one address and not a range.
> 
> Nathan
> 
> Andreas Ferrari wrote:
>> hmmm a solution could be that you allow all traffic to/from pop/smtp
>> to the comcast ip ranges...
>>
>> regards
>>
>> Andreas
>>
>> Nathan Woerner schrieb:
>>> I am working on a client's firewall. It is being used as a VPN only
>>> and is blocking all other traffic. The client has asked me to setup
>>> email service through the firewall to a Comcast.net email address. I
>>> have run into some major difficulty with this because Comcast's SMTP
>>> server uses several different IP address and I can't point to one
>>> that stays long enough to connect. Does anyone know how to either
>>> only allow POP and SMTP traffic through the firewall or how to point
>>> to a dynamic IP? It would be a great help and make my client awfully
>>> pleased.
>>>
>>> Thanks,
>>> Nathan
>>>
>>>
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