294808Re: how to see my_networks check in peer_debug, level 2 or greater?
- Aug 19, 2013
>On Fri, Aug 16, 2013 at 04:22:50PM -0500, lconrad@... wrote:ok, ok, been doing this postfix stuff for 10+ years, it's simpler than full debug_readme:
>> postconf mail_version
>> mail_version = 2.3.3
>> uname -a
>> Linux ..... 2.6.18-128.2.1.el5 #1 SMP Wed Jul 8 11:54:47 EDT 2009
>> x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux
>> got an "access denied" for an IP that is in a /20 postconf confirms
>> is in mynetworks
>If by peer_debug in the Subject header, you are referring to the
>debug_peer_list parameter, that's generally most useful for looking
>for bugs in Postfix itself. Since you are using a version which was
>EOL four years ago, there is no point in looking for bugs.
>Perhaps you'd do better here by describing the problem and goal,
>showing your "postconf -n" and relevant NON-verbose logs for one mail
>which wasn't handled as you expected.
>If your smtpd(8) instance has any -o option overrides, you must show
>those as well. Pro tip: any smtpd or other daemon definition with -o
>overrides should also include a " -o syslog_name=postfix/foo" where
>"foo" is something relevant to what this instance does.
>"Access denied" means a "reject" restriction or access(5) lookup
>result was encountered. There are of course 52.001 gazillion reasons
>which could cause this.
>Good luck. I suggest you review this before posting again:
the IPs with "Access denied" probably from the final "reject" after "permit_sasl_authenticated" are:
NOT matching before mynetworks and
are all in the mynetworks as members of 3 /20s,
so they should have not been denied access.
debug shows only match_hostname for "smtpd_client_event_limit_exceptions", but not for peer debugging.
>> the only match_hostname I see is for
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