I wanted a mail server, but changed my mind. I asked a company from this forum to harden my server and at the same time block mails.
I tried to unblock and all mails to hotmail come up saying they are suspicious and never get delivered at all.
I did a checkdns.net report and:
Domain AAAAAAA.COM has only one mail-server
- Checking mail server (PRI=10) AAAAAAA.COM [XX.XX.XXX.XX]
Error connecting to mail server AAAAAAA.COM [XX.XX.XXX.XX] port 25 : timed out waiting for connection
Some of your MX do not work properly
I've added a TXT record an MX record etc.
I only want PHP script located on the server to send mail.
I don't want external IPs to connect to the SMTP server.
OK, This is killing me, can someone tell me how to unblock ports 7000-9000 in ConfigServer (CSF) for my whole server? I need them unblocked for WHMSonic, and all my admins are off for the weekend so I really need some help.
I'm trying to create a script or WHM plugin with permissions where resellers will have an ability to temporarily allow an IP address (mirror CSF's "ALLOW IP" function). I am not sure though how to do this. I have checked with CSF if its possible or if i can hire them to do such script but they won't help.
Currently I am using Linux + cPAnel and using the port 25 for email sevrer. Currently we facing 1 problem is, some user's ISP is not support port. May I know how can I add additional port into server and allow users to send mail by different port?
I have an office internal website and I opened a port in the gateway of my office (7080) to this website (server )'s 80 port. That makes this website open to public as office has static IP. And then when I view the site from home . it's fine. But when I tried to login, the site is using a pop-up, I guess it's http authentciation, login, I was redirected to a url without my port number any more, that stops my access to the site as obviously I would.
I am using proftpd...How do i instruct that the server don't listen on high ports 49152-65534 but only to 21?
The reason is because my client's firewall setup is very strict and i need to give a good reason to open those high ports. Right now, i can ftp to port 21 only but can't do nothing more than that coz the higher ports are blocked.
I know this is a bit of an odd question but I have a VPS which has port 1189 open. Is it normal by default to have this port listening on a OpenVZ VPS under HyperVM? or is this something a little concerning? Never noticed it before, just checking I don't want any illegal applications being hosted on my server by clients.
It's most probably nothing to be concerned about, just wanted to double check.
I would like to know on how to forward specific IP with port to localhost or any IP by using iptables ? For example i would like to forward for port 25 from IP A to IP B, Currently i'm doing a test with my firewall and i'm very blur with iptables thingy.
One of my clients has a couple of servers from me.
In the course of my work, I've setup various people to send mail via one of these servers, using SMTP on port 587.
Can I see on the server who has been using it to send via port 587? I didn't keep a record, the server is closing down and I'd like to let as many people as possible know that they need to change their SMTP settings .. there are only 50 or so I think.
I've noticed on some rackmount servers and firewall appliances there are ports labelled console, and look like serial ports. Are these related to connecting to KVM? I am looking for a cheap appliance for some rackmount servers I have (1U half depth would be ideal), to remotely recover the server if it goes down. I figured they'd connect through PS2 connectors, but then I thought that if the console port was related, then going through that might have the option for power cycling or something.
im doing this in favor of my friend who is having some problem with his dedicated server,"he does not speak english very well" he has a unmanaged dedicated server he changed something on his ssh port and forgot what port is it, he can still access his WHM right now, meaning he know's the root password "correct" but the problem is he forgot his ssh port