Email Servers / Public IP Addresses

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We have 4 email servers behind a Cisco ASA Firewall.

All 4 email servers have an internal ip address and their own unique public ip address.

For example)

                         Internal              Public

EmailServer 1     192.168.13.2      1.1.1.2

EmailServer 2     192.168.13.3      1.1.1.3

EmailServer 3     192.168.13.4      1.1.1.4

EmailServer 4     192.168.13.5      1.1.1.5

Since it is behind the firewall, regardless of which email server we send from, the receiving email server sees all coming from the same public ip address(1.1.1.6) .

How do we set it up so that if we send emails from emailserver 1, the receiving email server will see 1.1.1.2 instead of 1.1.1.6? This goes the same for the other 3 email servers.

Thanks

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Jon Marshall Thu, 05/27/2010 - 23:06

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We have 4 email servers behind a Cisco ASA Firewall.

All 4 email servers have an internal ip address and their own unique public ip address.

For example)

                         Internal              Public

EmailServer 1     192.168.13.2      1.1.1.2

EmailServer 2     192.168.13.3      1.1.1.3

EmailServer 3     192.168.13.4      1.1.1.4

EmailServer 4     192.168.13.5      1.1.1.5

Since it is behind the firewall, regardless of which email server we send from, the receiving email server sees all coming from the same public ip address(1.1.1.6) .

How do we set it up so that if we send emails from emailserver 1, the receiving email server will see 1.1.1.2 instead of 1.1.1.6? This goes the same for the other 3 email servers.

Thanks

Wen

It shouldn't do that. When you say each e-mail server has it's own public IP have you setup statics ie.

static (inside,outside) 1.1.1.2 192.168.13.2

static (inside,outside) 1.1.1.3 192.168.13.3

etc..

Jon

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