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j.turley

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Hi all,

Is it possible to have one public IP address (with DNS etc.) and two Kerio servers receiving email via SMTP?

I can't figure out how I'd port forward port 25 to go to the right server.

Any help would be greatly received.

[Updated on: Wed, 17 October 2012 15:03]

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Gregg Hatchell

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Hi,

I can not think of a way to do this directly through the IP/DNS traffic.

You could setup one Connect server to forward the traffic to the second server for that domain. On the primary Connect server setup both domains 'domain1.com' & 'domain2.com'.
Domain1.com is local to this server, so all the users are setup here.
Domain2.com is going to forward to the second Connect server, so under domains create this domain and set forwarding. If the user is not found on this server forward to another host. You then set this to be the local (internal) IP address of the second Connect server. This server has domain2.com setup on it as normal.

All traffic will flow through Server1 and be forwarded to Server2.

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j.turley

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Greg, thank you so much - it works perfectly!
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MacLab

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That will work but if you have substantial traffic you'll end up on a backscatter blacklist.

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