[Ubuntu-ZW] 1. Thank you | 2. Ubuntu Server issues
leemasuka at gmail.com
Fri Jan 22 09:04:14 GMT 2010
Thanks, but I want to give you the setup I want. May you please tell me how
I will adjust the iptable and other configs.
*1)I will have two ISPs connecting to the server
2)I dont want a router.
3)I would like to browse using one ISP and the other ISP hosts my domain.
4)The ISP which hosts my domain will still function for mails in my LaN*
....If you can seperately illustrate the configs I can do so that I browse
On Fri, Jan 22, 2010 at 5:31 AM, Samuel Mukoti <samuelmukoti at gmail.com>wrote:
> Yep, this is quite easy to do. You may need to give us more info on how the
> 2 WAN options are connect to the box, router, PPPoE?
> It's simple script to manage your routing table mostly, and obviously your
> MTA, and iptables need to be adjusted accordingly.
> Samuel Mukoti
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> On 21 Jan,2010, at 9:00 PM, lee masuka <leemasuka at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hey guys.
> Help. I had never bothered to ask anybody this question except Ubuntu Guys
> first. Is there anybody who had ever configured a linux server with three
> network cards? Infact is it possible to configure it in such a way that the
> other card has a different wan ip for browsing only, the other a wan ip but
> mainly for mails (domain will be registered in this one)
> and lastly the lan
> On Thu, Jan 7, 2010 at 12:30 PM, Neil Coetzer < <neil at ubuntu.org.zw>
> neil at ubuntu.org.zw> wrote:
>> Hi Fungai,
>> 1. As discussed with Joe, I think you need to check your network and
>> possibly change the network adapter facing your local network to see
>> if that's the cause or not. The public adapter doesn't have any
>> issues, so it seems to me the problem is most likely linked to
>> 2. I did advise Joe some time back to add the following in dovecot.conf:
>> auth_worker_max_count = 300
>> auth_worker_max_request_count = 300
>> but I'm not sure if he did. This issue only seemed to appear in
>> dovecot with Ubuntu 9.04 (AFAIK and I'm not sure why). I do know at
>> least one other person who had the same issue with 9.04 Server and
>> adding those lines fixed the problem for them. Those are the only
>> fixes documented for that issue on the dovecot site, so you might want
>> to double-check that those lines appear in the conf. It's related to
>> the frequency of user pop3 logins and using standard system account
>> authentication. An alternative could be to change the authentication
>> method that dovecot uses, but since those conf changes fixed the
>> problem for someone else, that's the first place to check. You could
>> also try increasing the number for both.
>> On 1/7/10, Fungai J Tichawangana [Exist Digital] <<fungait at harvest.co.zw>
>> fungait at harvest.co.zw> wrote:
>> > Thank you all for the feedback on OpenERP.
>> > I have a number of options that I am now exploring.
>> > We have an Ubuntu Server (version 9.04) which keeps needing to have
>> > 1. the networking services
>> > 2. Dovecot
>> > restarted. Not always at the same time. Sometimes it needs to have these
>> > services restarted every 30mins or so. It gets really frustrating when
>> > you're in the middle of a major download or upload. I'm thinking of
>> > it out of the Window(s). Any better recommendations?
>> > Best, Fungai
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