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comment Postfix: lost connection with *somehost* while receiving the initial server greeting
I have also added tcptraceroute results.
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comment Postfix: lost connection with *somehost* while receiving the initial server greeting
I have added the traceroute results to the original post.
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comment Is it normal to have a private range IP in a traceroute?
serverfault.com/questions/297498/…
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comment Is it normal to have a private range IP in a traceroute?
Yes, you are right - I have another problem: Postfix can not deliver messages to servers outside my country, it can deliver just to those that are inside the country. And the only difference between the outside and the inside ones I see is that the traceroute to outside servers is going through 10.1.74.xx but to inside ones not. I contacted my ISP and they told me that they do not block/filter anything, and the only thing they suggested is that I need a PTR record (which can not be the problem).
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