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Installation and Upgrades / Re: Quick Howto: SOGo
« on: April 05, 2010, 08:26:17 pm »
Thanks a million.

Installation and Upgrades / Re: traffic shaping
« on: April 05, 2010, 08:08:49 pm »
    I had a problem like this once long ago, it was not anything on my end but a change that the network service provider had implemented.

Check and see if the issue is the same for a client that does not go through your ebox server and then you'll know which path to take.

Installation and Upgrades / Re: Can not open files over samba
« on: April 05, 2010, 08:03:40 pm »
     Glad I was of some help here.

J. A. Calvo,
    The "other" systems was a reference to any additional systems used to support ANSTE, like a server that kept images for loading, or such....

absolutely need full support for multiple Domains.

need multiple e-mail accounts and addresses for a given user so that user JDP can get email addressed to, and etc...
also allow the setup of separate domains for separate users..... ie. hosting solution for multiple companies, each with own domain and exclusive sets of users.

Installation and Upgrades / Re: DNS configuration problem
« on: April 05, 2010, 06:10:48 am »
    Do each of the external networks have a different DNS upstream server? or are they all referencing to one DNS server upstream?  you may need to tell DNS to only reference one DNS upstream server.  Read your DNS.conf file and see what it is trying to do. 

Which I could help you more

Installation and Upgrades / Re: Can not open files over samba
« on: April 05, 2010, 06:03:49 am »
There are other messages on the  board that talk about that, I just can not find one to quote you right now.  try searching, i think that they found that the problem was related to not doing a full audit in SAMBA.

Installation and Upgrades / Re: POP3 Mail question
« on: April 05, 2010, 06:01:00 am »
yes people exist here, but I don't have any advice for your problem, but you may try a private email to one of the company people on the forum.  They post very often and answer most questions, the delay must be related to easter.

     OK, can the PC's on the server 1's LANs see the INTERNET?  I'll assume so. but if not your first problem is with server 1.

     Now put one of those PC's on the LAN from server1 with server 2 and check that.  - it should get a DHCP address and network information and be able to hit the INTERNET.

     Now you know whither the issue is with server 1 or server 2

     Now that you have established that the problem is with server 2 - which I suspect. you need to look at it closely.

     I suspect that because Server 2 has no external NIC it is not forwarding packets clearly.  I would look at your DHCP server on Server 2 and your routing tables.  The DHCP information should list the Server 2 as the gateway router, if the server 2 is acting as a gateway router (which is should, but because it has no external interface it may not be.) The routing tables should show that packets from 10.2.6 & 10.2.8 need to be routed to (Server 1) via the NIC in Server 2.  I believe that this is what is happening to you.  - not a firewall issue.

J. A. Calvo,
     Very cool article, I loved it.

What are the specs of the ANSTE host that you use?
What are the "Other" systems that must exist around it to allow it to test?

Could ANSTE support and have you tried to run tests were the Master LDAP Server and the Slave LDAP servers have different UTC time - off by 5 minutes, off by 2 minutes,,,,,,, off by 5 sec, off by 2 sec,... off by 5 millisecond, off by 1 millisecond.... with large update and read volumes at the same time?  Would this be possible?  Might help address some of the issues with LDAP.

PS have you trademarked ANSTE?

Installation and Upgrades / Re: DNS configuration problem
« on: March 11, 2010, 03:36:04 am »
  I think that you may have a network issue as well.  I don't know virtual networking very well so please bear with me.

     What is the IP and Netmask of the Wlan0 interface?
     What is the Gateway and DNS IPs that it gets?
     What is the IP and Netmask of the of the eth1 interface?
     What is the Gateway and DNS IPs that it gets?
     What is the IP and Netmask of the eth0 and eth2 interfaces?

Can you ping from the Networks page?  That indicates that the outbound DNS is resolving.  The DNS server in eBox is normally configured to pass queries that it can not answer directly on the the external interfaces configured DNS server. - your fritz! network DNS server.  If this does not work then the issue not DNS related but network related.

Once this is working then you can configure the internal interface as static and configure DHCP on it. then clients that get an IP from the DHCP server will be told the use the DNS server that you configured in DHCP - usually the eBox system.  Reboot a client and ping Google again, it should work, if not then your problems are most likely not configuration based but something internal to the DNS server in eBox.

guys, while reading up on OpenLDAP I came across an important and perhaps helpful tip about LDAP Master/slave and Multi Master configurations.  These configurations will break if the servers TIME is not VERY well synchronized. It has something to do with the way that they synchronize the LDAP data.

This is a problem for eBox as the NTP module is not really configured to allow multiple eBox boxes with NTP running to talk to each other with NTP the way that they should.

All of the NTP boxes in one domain should have each other configured as PEERS.  If you have a GPS time source use it to get one of the NTP servers to be a STRATUM 1 Server and then have all of your other boxes have it as their preferred server and peer with each other to really get the NTP synchronized.

If those of you having this problem were to get your NTP clients and servers properly configured I wonder if your problems would diminish?


     What package are we using for the LDAP functionality?  OpenLDAP? or something else?

Installation and Upgrades / Re: Hot to publish webmail
« on: February 18, 2010, 04:35:45 am »
Javier, I think that piombodiver wants to allow the users to access webmail from a public IP (INTERNET), instead of his internal network.
piombodiver, is that what your trying for?

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