On Wed, Aug 06, 2003 at 11:37:21AM -0500, Bruce Pea wrote: > --On Wednesday, August 06, 2003 12:33 PM -0400 Steve Hovey > > > >I now block ip's with no reverse dns > > We are doing this as well. We get a fair number of complaints from people > who's mail doesn't get delivered but we tell them to fix their DNS so we > know someone isn't trying to spoof us. So far, 23 out of 25 organizations > complaining have fixed their DNS. > This isn't a reverse DNS issue. This is the connecting host with an IP address in a range ISP's have decided is "dynamically assigned". This IP address range is then blocked from connecting on port 25. I believe the FreeBSD mail servers use reverse DNS to help control spam and I'm OK with that. I have resolvable DNSs but am being blocked because my IP is in Roadrunners 24. network.
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