[pfSense] How could I block messages trying to pass as from my net?

2018-05-18 Thread Alberto José García Fumero
Hi all. I use PfSense 2.2.1. Of course I know it would very convenient to upgrade, but right now it isn't possible. Im trying to block spam (for instance, from 185.234.217.232). As far as I know, it's trying to pass as a message from my very net: Transcript of session follows. De: Mail

Re: [pfSense] How could I block messages trying to pass as from my net?

2018-05-18 Thread Steve Yates
I think your rule should work. Are you sure there is not another rule above that one in the list of rules, that allows the inbound connection? In other words the block rule has to be above the rule allowing traffic on port 25 to your mail server. -- Steve Yates ITS, Inc.

Re: [pfSense] How could I block messages trying to pass as from my net?

2018-05-18 Thread Alberto José García Fumero
El vie, 18-05-2018 a las 16:24 +, Steve Yates escribió: > I think your rule should work.  Are you sure there is not > another rule above that one in the list of rules, that allows the > inbound connection?  In other words the block rule has to be above > the rule allowing traffic on port

Re: [pfSense] How could I block messages trying to pass as from my net?

2018-05-18 Thread Steve Yates
The "EHLO 190.6.79.98" greeting is not looked at by the firewall so that can be ignored. Can you enable logging on the rule allowing port 25, and verify where the packets are actually coming from? In most cases we set our clients up with our spam filter and the inbound port 25 rule allows

Re: [pfSense] How could I block messages trying to pass as from my net?

2018-05-18 Thread Eero Volotinen
You should use postscreen/blacklist to block spam? Eero pe 18. toukok. 2018 klo 17.43 Alberto José García Fumero < albe...@ettpartagas.co.cu> kirjoitti: > Hi all. > > I use PfSense 2.2.1. Of course I know it would very convenient to > upgrade, but right now it isn't possible. > > Im trying to