|reply to NormanS |
Re: Email anomaly
I knew you were going to ask that.
In past email discussions regarding the email servers, I mentioned that I was never able to get an inbound connection with the Yahoo/ATT servers pop.att.yahoo.com...no matter how I tried to configure it. mail.bellsouth.net port 110 no security for inbound always works, and I suspect it is rerouted to ATT.
Outbound is set for smtp.att.yahoo.com
Crazy, but what else is new?
actions · 2012-Dec-18 1:03 pm · (locked)
NormanSI gave her time to steal my mind awayPremium,MVMReviews:
San Jose, CA
One of your inbound servers is in an Ameritech(SBC) /22 block of IP addresses ...
... while outbound is to a Yahoo! block:
An old SBC SMTP server I used to use is in the same Ameritech /22 block:
I can't guaranty it will work better (or even at all), but give, 'smtpauth.sbcglobal.net' a try. Port 25 should work, but I used to use port 587. Authentication is required; and the user name would be your complete email address.
Definitely answers to Telnet on port 25:
C:\util>telnet smtpauth.sbcglobal.net 25
Connecting To smtpauth.sbcglobal.net...
220 nlpi176.prodigy.net ESMTP Sendmail 8.14.4 smptauth/8.14.4; Tue, 18 Dec 2012
221 2.0.0 nlpi176.prodigy.net closing connection
Connection to host lost.
~Oh Lord, why have you come
~To Konnyu, with the Lion and the Drum
actions · 2012-Dec-18 1:51 pm · (locked)
|reply to burris |
Sent you a PM a while back - did you see it?
actions · 2012-Dec-21 8:05 am · (locked)
I'm sorry but I did not see it.
Anyway, I have given up with these 3347's as for me, they don't make sense for residential. More important, even though they can be set up as bridged, I don't care for the way it works. Just not stable for me in that mode.
Besides, in order to realy get into the unit, I think you have to telnet in. I've been through it, but why? Sure, it has plenty of stuff inside, but I don't need any more than I have now with my 2210-02-1006 that has been running bridged for years with no problems whatsoever.
Sorry I couldn't help..
actions · 2012-Dec-21 1:56 pm · (locked)
No problem, I used to have the 2210, but it couldn't keep up after I was able to get 6meg, so I tried the 3347 and it's been great ever since. I even bought a backup when they were being sold for like $15, new and in the box (I think that's when I last talked to you, to let you know, lol). So far so good.
Be well, and best for the holidays.
Miss the fun in the usenet group.
actions · 2012-Dec-21 2:07 pm · (locked)
We did have fun in those days, even though the newsgroup was a work in progress....as was the DSL then.
If the 2210 you had was before a certain serial number awhile back, it was one of those that kept overheating and burned out. I originally had a couple of those and they replaced them. As I said I had no problem since, except when AT&T needs to crank up their roto-rooter to clean their pipes.
Are you using your 3347 bundled or just as a bridge. I did try mine bundled and it did work, but I have my router loaded with DD-WRT and didn't want stacked routers if I went bridged with the 3347.
Happy Holidays to you as well..
actions · 2012-Dec-21 4:05 pm · (locked)