You'd do best to put an SMTP relay on the gateway box (preferably this would
be running a firewall - SuSE 8.2 is easy to setup for that), then
redirecting that to an internal address for the actual webserver - SMTP
relay would be both ways, hence changes to the mailserver config would
probably be needed. A WWW or POP3 proxy may be needed too.
Sent: 7/7/03 2:47 PM
Subject: [suse-linux-uk-schools] Reverse Hosting
Can anyone tell me what this is please (does it go under a different
and maybe how I do it?
I have a proxy that I now want to put in series with our router. We have
public addresses. We want to make the internal network private but our
server (Imail) uses a public address and will be behind the proxy. The
helpful chap at RM said "you want reverse hosting on your squid box" -
find anything about it.
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