I use the ibVPN on ClearOS release 7.8.1 and set-up an IP-address of a headless system to use the VPN. Because the system is headless it took me sometime to notice it is no longer communicating to the outside world.
After looking into that I found that ibVPN on ClearOs stopped working and always reports the following error:
Nick Howitt wrote:
Thanks. Documentation updated.
I am not sure why you are using /etc/postfix/rewrite. Can't you just change the Mail Domain in the Mail Settings?
What is "myhost" doing? There is normally a variable "myhostname" which is set by ClearOS.
smtp_enforce_tls has been deprecated.Instead use smtp_tls_security_level which is already set to "may". Having it set will mean that smtp_enforce_tls is ignored.
Migadu is mij mail provider, it has the mx records for familie-dokter.net,
If I would use a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org the SMTP server will try and deliver locally while I want it to use Migadu. So I used a maildomain that is not familie-dokter.net. The rewrite is needed because Migadu does not accept logging in as email@example.com while the From:header says familie-dokter.lan... I could have used aliases or .forwards but in doing it like this I am able to send mail to any new mail user created for familie-dokter.net without the need for a change at my clearos server. myhost = localhost as I wanted to make sure it is not binding to the outside address (scared of creating a relay :-) )
If there are better ways of doing this, I am by no mean an expert on all this, any advise is appreciated..
Thank you Nick,
I now have it running in the way that I want it...Just for reference this is what I added:
I know some of it is overkill, but very happy that it works.
There is a small error in the description that you reference SMTP Authentication to ISP
In chapter starttls it says:
The ISP's mail server, username, and password are kept in a separate file: /etc/postfix/sasl_passwd. The format is:
But in the described case this should be:
After I changed that it all started to fall in place!
I am using ClearOs Community 7.5
Ever since I have added a guest network to my access point, I have the following message over flooding my logs:
On the access point I have tagged traffice with vlanid 5 , on clearos I have a VLAN 5 configured as a hot lan.
As I would like to shape my traffic a bit I installed "Bandwidth and QoS Manager" from the Marketplace to ClearOS 7.5
I have a DSL connection with a speed of 51998/10448 Kbps (taken from the modem status). Download speeds that I measure with speedtest.net are at most 49700 /10150 Kbps, which I think is okay.
After installation of QoS, I did not change anything just using the default settings that put ping, ssh etc in the high priority groups.
What I do not understand: the moment I switch on the QoS engines all my up/downloads(even from the internet directly to the server) are limited at around 10000/10000 Kbps. Which leads me to believe that it is limited to 1/1Mbps. Yet the speed of the external interface is indeed set to 51998/10448Kbps.
- Is this to be expected?
- How can I make sure that the full bandwidth is utilised if it is freely available?
- Is this to be expected?
I installed the module PHP Engines to be able to run PHP 7.1 on one of my websites. The site also has some command line php tools and I would like to know how to run those using the php 7.1 version. Next to that the site requires a number of modules, how do I install them specific to the PHP 7 version? Can't find anything about this in the documentation..