sebastian nielsen

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awarded  Supporter
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accepted Have postfix to reply with 2 different hostnames?
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comment Have postfix to reply with 2 different hostnames?
however, the SMTP box is behind a multiWAN firewall, so the SMTP box itself does not know which IP the request received on. Thats why I need a different port, so I can NAT all requests arriving at 193. to port 25 on 192.168.1.x and NAT all requests arriving at 95. to port 26 on 192.168.1.x.
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asked Have postfix to reply with 2 different hostnames?
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accepted Spoof IPP response in firewall?
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answered Spoof IPP response in firewall?
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comment Spoof IPP response in firewall?
The idea is that I have a printer which is only able to do auth by username/password, but what I want is auth by single sign on. Since the firewall does the auth task, the firewall does have the record of which IPs are logged in the network and can then permit the IPs who are logged in, to print. But I finally found a protocol example and solved the question.
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asked Spoof IPP response in firewall?
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answered What is the benefit of using DKIM to sign Content Type?
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accepted Getting bind9 to answer on a Dual NIC machine?
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comment Getting bind9 to answer on a Dual NIC machine?
Thanks, solved the problem perfectly. Now I have 2 "Virtual" DNS servers on the same physical machine and my registrar are happy now. Now my domain is alive :-)
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comment Getting bind9 to answer on a Dual NIC machine?
Done. Added the tcpdump outputs to the main post. However "port dns" did not work, had to do "port 53".
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revised Getting bind9 to answer on a Dual NIC machine?
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accepted Problems forwarding zone to another DNS server
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asked Getting bind9 to answer on a Dual NIC machine?
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comment Scale X software
Im have tried to lower bit depth, but that introduces "dithering" (dots in different colors) and making it veeeery sloooow because it kills the JPEG compression.
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comment Scale X software
SvenW: It does not seem to support XDMCP. Thats required for the whole thing to be multisession (eg support multiple users connected at the same time). What the server does when a client connects, is autologging in the user "kiosk" with a simple X window manager that kicks off a second software. This "second software" does only support 640x480, thats why I need something to shrink (scale) the window to 320x240. So in other words, I simply share the software in a "cloud" fashion.