Author: David Brodbeck Date: To: exim Subject: RE: [exim] Exim server behind NAT router (and HELO)
> -----Original Message----- > From: Brian Candler [mailto:B.Candler@pobox.com] > Because there's no way, in general, for it to learn that information.
> Consider the very common case when the client host is
> 192.168.0.1, is sat
> behind a DSL NAT router, and the public external IP address
> is assigned
> dynamically by the ISP.
Poppycock. There are various ways, but they require work to set up. If
someone doesn't want to put forward the effort, they shouldn't be running a
Check out, for example, dnsalias.net. They have various clients that can
grab address information from NAT boxes and keep a domain name pointed at
the proper IP, automatically.
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