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comment How to create UDP proxy using iptables
Thanks for the clarification. I've tried updating the setting in sysctl but it didn't help. I think that maybe my problem is with step #2 (allow passthrough traffic)- I tried allowing it, but not sure I'm doing it right. Can you please point me to some reference on this?
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comment How to create UDP proxy using iptables
I've added clarification that the server that handles the UDP is actually on a different machine than the one that I'm setting the iptables on.
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comment How to create UDP proxy using iptables
I'm open for suggestions of a different word :)
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comment How to create UDP proxy using iptables
Does changing the above mentioned settings will affect anything else that I should be aware of?
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comment Is there a tool similar to pflogsumm (Postfix logs parser) for Dovecot?
Thanks, but we're looking for an open source solution. Also we're not using Dovecot for IMAP but for POP3 (I've added these clarifications in the question now).
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comment Is there a tool similar to pflogsumm (Postfix logs parser) for Dovecot?
No, more like how many connections served, how many bad logins, from which IPs were most of connections and other information like this.