Relaying denied. IP name lookup failed #2
Since I have installed Sendmail on Fedora Linux (FC2) I can not receive any
mail to local declared email addresses. Let me describe my set-up:
PC runing Linux, one ethernet innterface (WLAN0) using a private IP address
(192.168.x.x), I am behind a firewall using NAT, and connectet to my ISP
I have set-up a Dynamic DNS entry to point to the router Internet interface
IP that is the same that my MX record, however oviously I don't have Revers
I am adding and extract of my maillog file:
Nov 17 16:17:17 kiko sendmail: iAHFHGls003479: rul...sendmail ( Relaying denied. IP name lookup failed )
I have an internal mail server, 10.x.y.z address, running Version
8.13.8+Sun. I need to allow other 10./24 addresses to relay mail
without trying to get the PTR record.
I have updated the /etc/mail/access 10. RELAY; but not all the
workstations in the field have a DNS name; just a IP.
So when they connect they get;
550 5.7.1 <firstname.lastname@example.org>... Relaying denied. IP name lookup failed
If I place 10.a.b.c in /etc/hosts it will work; I have been trying
various cf configs and nothing iss working.
Any help will be appreciated.
<email@example.com> wrote i..."Relaying denied. IP name lookup failed"
I've added "10.0.0 RELAY" to my access table (and made it into a map), but
when i try to relay from 10.0.0.2, I get the following message in my
"Relaying denied. IP name lookup failed [10.0.0.2]"
I then tried adding a /etc/hosts entry and then adding that host to the
access table. No luck. I just got a "Relaying denied" error.
Whats the best way to fix this problem? I'm guessing i need a way for
sendmail to not care about reverse dns on that IP range working...
Any help would be appreciated,
> Hi everyone,
>..."Relaying denied. IP name lookup failed"...
I'm renting � Windows2000 Server on which XMAIL is installed.
Everytime I send a mail from a domain YYY.COM to AOL.COM domain for example
(or others...), I get this error message.
If I use another domain (ZZZ.COM) to send my messages, it's OK.
Somebody can tell me from where it's coming and why more and more domains
rejects mails (aol, wanadoo, etc...)
I read the few informations about the subject and it seems that by adding
infos into a parameters file on Xmail server, we can route the mails to
another SMTP server...
Does it has a sense ?
Thanks in advance for s...Relaying denied. IP name possibly forged : It works only when sending to local address
Hi, I have a server with sendmail 8.13.6 under FC4.
Many sites are hosted on this server, for example : www.site1.com ,
Each user can normally uses the SMTP server called mail.domain-name .
for example : mail.site1.com ou mail.site2.fr .
But it is not so nice.
When I want to send a mail to an user of the server, it works, but when
I try to send a mail to another address, not.
For example if I use the mail.site1.com SMTP server, I can write to
firstname.lastname@example.org , but I cannot write to email@example.com (or other) .
Here is what sylpheed-claws says to me when I send an email t...stat=Deferred: Name server: XXXXXX relay: host name lookup failure
I need a little help with an issue. All mail is delayed with the
message " stat=Deferred: Name server: XXXXXX relay: host name lookup
failure". I have a Sendmail 8.13.3 running on FreeBSD 5.4. I am not
running Named on the local box.
The relay server is not in the agencies DNS servers but is specified
in the /etc/hosts file. I can ping the relay server both by address and
name. I am using a Name for the DS verses an address as I also have a
"auth" file specified to allow sendmail to access the relay server.
Can someone explain what option I nee...urgent: thx IP lookup failed
what i can do against this (see topic)
smtp auth is on, so i want that he checks first user/pw instead of checking
the ip of the access point.
this problem is only on some ips in europe (on access points) when some
employer connects to our mailserver and wanna send mails.
> what i can do against this (see topic)
What's the problem?
If some DNS lookups fails, then you need to check DNS (server
> smtp auth is on, so i want that he checks first user/pw instead of checking
> the ip of the access point.
> this problem is only on...dhcp-relay: ip helper address fails
we use a cisco 1605 (ios 11.2) with two ethernet interfaces.
on the subnet 172.16.0.0 we have a dhcp-server (172.16.0.1)
we also wanted to achieve that dhcp works on the 10.0.0.0 subnet, so
we added an ip helper on interface eth0:
ip helper-address 172.16.0.1
now, a testclient from the subnet 10.0.0.0 requests an ip address but
did not get one.
i sniff the traffic on the 172.16.0.0 subnet and saw that the router
forwards the udp broadcast (port 67) to the dhcp server, but the
router does not set the dhcp relay agent field, i think that ...relay based on mx,mx is my ip, not my name
I want to relay for some domain, where the final destination is reached via
if I have
some.dom IN MX 10 my.server.name
If I have
some.dom IN MX 10 mail.some.dom
mail.some.dom A (ip of my server)
it seems not to work.
Must I explicitly list some.dom in access.db, or is there some feature i can
In article <firstname.lastname@example.org> "Leif Neland"
>I want to relay for some domain, where the final destination is reached via
>mailertabl...IP address lookup based on device name
I am trying to find out an IP address of certain devices. For example
I have a computer that communicates with the AS400 through client
access and a telnet session. On the As400 it shows up as a devices
named PCUSERS1 and PCUSERS2. I want to be able to find out the IP
address of that computer based on the information that I know, the
AS400 device name. Is there an easy way to do this with some already
built in commands, or are we going to have to write a program or telnet
<email@example.com> wrote in message
news:firstname.lastname@example.org....Should template dependent name lookup fail from template functions?
This refers to a GCC specific thread, that was established to be a general
C++ issue, and not a private GCC issue:
According to 14.6.2, the following should behave in a strange way
(as it does in almost every C++ compiler):
template <class T>
void F(const A<T> & )
F(t); // Identifier: Name lookup deferred.
::F( t ); // Qualified-id: Name lookup done here and now.
...Help: VPN/PPTP IP Address/name lookup
Hopefully a wise person in this forum can help? I configured VPN access
to my home with DynDNS and PPTP, the issue is I can only communicate with
machines on LAN via IP addresses, (not system names ), when using VPN. In
the past, I solved this VPN IP/NAME lookup problem one of two ways.
1) Hard coding static IP addresses for each system (XP Professional system)
and adding an entry in LMHOSTS.
2) Configuring a "Wins" server on Windows 2003 and pointing each XP Professional
system at the wins server. Yes, The Windows 2003 server is on all the time.
However, I'...Codec lookup fails for bad codec name, blowing up BeautifulSoup
I just had our web page parser fail on "www.nasa.gov".
It seems that NASA returns an HTTP header with a charset of ".utf8", which
is non-standard. This goes into BeautifulSoup, which blows up trying to
find a suitable codec.
This happens because BeautifulSoup does this:
def _codec(self, charset):
if not charset: return charset
codec = None
codec = charset
The documentation for codecs.lookup says:
lookup(encoding)...SMTP Relay fails, because DNS resolves to different IP addr
I'm trying to get SMTP relaying working, and I'm getting the following
error: "Relaying denied. IP name possibly forged [126.96.36.199]". I'm
fairly confident that this is because my IP addr behind a DNS server which
is resolving to a hostname that does not resolve back to the original IP
addr, so it thinks I'm forged.
Can anyone point me to a setting that will fix this problem for me?
The Exchange 2003 installation pointed me to the dcdiag utility, which
apparently found problems with my DNS setup. It complains
server GUID DNS name could not be resolved to an IP address" and to
"check the DNS server, DHCP, server name, etc" but doesn't say what to
DHCP is not running on this machine and when I setup the DNS, I simply
answered a few questions. Since there where not a lot of questions I
expected it not to have a problem.
I've read the Microsof...Relaying Denied: Two IP sources work; Another Doesn't !!!
This is driving me nuts.
I have a sendmail server and three other servers that want to send mail
using the sendmail server. Two of the servers have been using sendmail
( relay ) just fine. But the third server, which I am trying to
configure to use sendmail right now, cannot!
All four servers are in a cage at the ISP behind firewalls.
All three source servers have been added to /etc/mail/access with
permissions of RELAY and access was compiled into access.db
None of the source servers are in hosts.
On the target sendmail server, there are no entries in hosts.deny.
In hosts.allow...Naming service fails to start with ip address 192.168.2.x
Windows XP Pro
Pentium 4 3GHZ HyperThreading
Intel D865GBF motherboard
2 network adapters: Intel Pro/1000 CT (internal) and Intel Pro/1000 MT
When I run the naming service with the following command line option:
-ORBEndpoint iiop://192.168.2.1:9999 -ORBDottedDecimalAddresses 1
... the naming service fails to start and gives me the following error"
"TAO (300|1204) Loaded default protocol <IIOP_Factory>
TAO (300|1204) created new ORB &...[ace-users] Re: Naming service fails to start with ip address 192.168.2.x
>> Tao 1.2
>> Ace 5.2
You are using an ANCIENT version of ACE+TAO. Therefore, the first
thing I recommend that you do is upgrade to TAO 1.4.1, which you can
Please try this out and see if the problem goes away.
>> Windows XP Pro
>> VC6 SP5
>> Pentium 4 3GHZ HyperThreading
>> Intel D865GBF motherboard
>> 2 network adapters: Intel Pro/1000 CT (internal) and Intel Pro/1000 MT
>> When I run the naming service with the following...DIIOP Task Fails to Load, Error: "Unable to Determine Host Name or Host IP Address"
When loading the DIIOP server task, the console reports the following
08:45:55 PM DIIOP Server started on <server.domain.com>
08:45:55 PM DIIOP Server is unable to determine host name or host ip
08:45:55 PM DIIOP Server shutdown
I have just seen on the site of lotus:
I had to change the "Fully qualified Internet host name". I changed it
with the IP of the server but it still doesn't work.
Someone can tell me a solution?
It needs to be the fully qualified DNS name in active directory.
On 5 Dec 2003 ...recursive lookups for UNSECURE names fail if dlv.isc.org is unreachable and dnssec-lookaside is 'auto'
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I found out that when bind is configured as recursive resolver with
dnssec-lookaside set to 'auto' and dlv.isc.org is unreachable, all
lookups for unsigned (UNSECURE) names fail even if the validation
succeeds (IOW the validation of NSEC3 answer proves that DS does not
exist so domain (name) is not signed).
I tested it with one server set up as forwarder running on 127.0.0.1@80
configured not to answer queries for dlv.isc.org (query will timeout).
I have bind (9.9.4-P2) configured with:
forwarder...Block ip-name and ip-number missmatch?
As most people, I get spam and that I would like to block at once with
sendmail (of course I could let spamassassin to take care of things, but IMHO
an unblocked spam just comfirms that the e-mail is a valide one).
In the header I often see the following thing:
Received: from antronomia.com ([188.8.131.52])
by mail.example.net (8.12.10/8.12.10) with SMTP id hBEGqmEX025079
for <email@example.com>; Sun, 14 Dec 2003 17:52:55 +0100
The ip-number I guess is the real ip-number of the sending machine and
checking an ip-name for the ip-number gives the follwoing result:
...SQL0567N The operation failed because the specified authorization name does not meet the identifier naming rules. Authorization name: "PUBLIC".
Aix 6.1 and
DB21085I Instance "db2inst1" uses "64" bits and DB2 code release "SQL09076"
with level identifier "08070107".
Informational tokens are "DB2 v184.108.40.206", "s120629", "IP23414", and Fix Pack
Product is installed at "/opt/IBM/db2/V9.7".
I'm scripting a move of tables using 'Admin_Move_table' to get to a new SAN... I came across this:
SQL0567N The operation failed because the specified authorization name does
not meet the identifier naming rules. Au...Sendmail Name server: host name lookup failure
We had sendmail working fine on our RedHat ES 3 server for close to 2
years. Over one weekend sendmail stopped working. No server files were
changed on this weekend.
We have instigated a work around by modifying the sendmail.mc file to
use actual IP addresses instead of the domain name of the mail server.
We are at a lost as to what caused this and why the modifications we
have since made were required.
We have a hosts file that contains:
I've included the original sendmail.mc file that worked for the last 2
years and the modified sendmail.mc...ISP fails to provide IP-address (IPCP fails)
I'm having trouble connecting to my ISP.
Everything seems OK until negotiation of the IP addresses.
Authentication and the LCP-phase run OK, but then I get:
> sent [IPCP ConfReq id=0x1 <addr 0.0.0.0>]
> rcvd [IPCP ConfNak id=0x1 <ms-dns1 10.11.12.13> <ms-dns3 10.11.12.14>
> <ms-wins 10.11.12.13> <ms-wins 10.11.12.14>]
> sent [IPCP ConfReq id=0x2 <addr 0.0.0.0>]
> last message repeated 9 times
> IPCP: timeout sending Config-Requests
> sent [LCP TermReq id=0x2 "No network protocols running"]
> sent [LCP ...