brad davison wrote: > > >> Date: Mon, 12 May 2008 17:49:07 +0200 >> From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] >> To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] >> CC: firstname.lastname@example.org >> Subject: Re: telnet to mail server from outside does not get 220, telnet >> from inside works >> >>> Trying ::1... >>> Connected to localhost.xxxxxxxxx.com. >>> Escape character is '^]'. >>> 220 email.xxxxxxxxx.com ESMTP Sendmail 8.13.8/8.13.8; Mon, 12 May 2008 >>> 10:01:39 -0400 (EDT) >>> >>> >>> >>> But if I try the same thing from 'outside' the firewall I get: >>> >>> %telnet email.xxxxxxxxxxxx.com 25 >>> Trying 67.x.x.x... >>> Connected to email.xxxxxxxxxxx.com. >>> Escape character is '^]'. >>> Connection closed by foreign host. >>> >>> >> sendmail try to connect to port auth of remote machine. your firewall >> probably blocks it just by dropping packets, so it tries until timeout >> >> telnet from outside, wait few minutes and you will get a prompt. >> >> change your firewall rules to fix it >> _______________________________________________ > > > You get the prize. > > We have a Cisco ASA, and everything works on port 587, but port 25 has > cisco's 'Application Inspection' or something that I need to figure out how > to turn off. > assuming its the same as for a pix (been a while since I used a cisco firewall ;) then it should be no fixup smtp (its one of the first things I used to turn off ;) vince
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