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Psychologist turned programmer, developing on the JVM with the Typesafe stack (Akka, Play, and Slick) server-side, and Coffeescript + GruntJS client-side.

Currently hacking on the U.S. Hockey Report, an amateur hockey scouting news service.

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comment Kernel panic after boot Centos 6.5 HP DL320 B120i HPVSA
CentOS 6.5 minimal kickstart install was totally broken for me, exact same symptoms. After trying out myriad solutions to workaround the issue, I gave up, just kickstart'd CentOS 6.3 (which has always worked) and then yum upgrade'd to 6.5.
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revised Is it dangerous to change the value of /proc/sys/net/ipv4/tcp_tw_reuse?
OP mixed up point made in linked article
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accepted Cisco: Route Outbound SMTP Traffic on Same IP as Inbound
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comment Cisco: Route Outbound SMTP Traffic on Same IP as Inbound
it's all or nothing with object-groups, you can't specify a single static route as you are suggesting. I would have to specify smtp, http, ftp, etc. separately and it will do nothing to solve the problem, have already tried the explicit track. The problem, as stated in the linked thread, is that outbound smtp port is not at all guaranteed to be port 25; and when it's not 25 (like always), the implicit static route for smtp protocol is ignored, and the default is used instead, which just so happens to be the external ASA IP -- totally f-ing useless as far as serving legit mail is concerned ;-(
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comment Cisco: Route Outbound SMTP Traffic on Same IP as Inbound
Thanks but check out the object-group, it already does that implicitly for services listed (smtp, www, https, etc.). The problem I think is that the ASA takes inbound smtp on port 25, but sends outbound on a huge port range (i.e. not necessarily 25). See article I linked to
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revised Cisco: Route Outbound SMTP Traffic on Same IP as Inbound
added 89 characters in body; edited title
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comment Is Firmware OS Independent?
@tombull89 thanks for the clarification, forgot about SuperUser.