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Mail logs - [Connection Errors]

Hi,

Can someone please explain the cause of these errors and how to prevent these?


192.168.0.4 port: 25 details: EOF interface: 192.168.0.250 reason: network error

192.168.0.4 port: 25 details: [Errno 61] Connection refused interface: 192.168.0.251 reason: network error

192.168.0.4 port: 25 details: [Errno 60] Operation timed out interface: 192.168.0.250 reason: network error

192.168.0.4 port: 25 details: [Errno 54] Connection reset by peer interface: 192.168.0.250 reason: network error

Thanks,
Vinesh

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Re: Mail logs - [Connection Errors]

Those are all delivery failures and the IronPort thinks it's network related.

There is little you can do on the IronPort, as those are network error, we just collect from the kernel for tcp stream.

I would look towards the network to resolve this. If you see those error a lot, support can help you debugging it a bit further.

Cheers,

Mark

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Re: Mail logs - [Connection Errors]

Hi,

What does EOF interface specifically mean?

Vinesh

Re: Mail logs - [Connection Errors]

EOF is normally returned for end of file. When you read from a network socket that mean that the network connection was terminated.

Regards,

Mark

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Re: Mail logs - [Connection Errors]

Article 531 of the IronPort Knowledgebase explains Errno 61 as well. We also document our AsyncOS alerts in our User Guide. Hope this helps.

New Member

Re: Mail logs - [Connection Errors]

Article 531 of the IronPort Knowledgebase explains Errno 61 as well. We also document our AsyncOS alerts in our User Guide. Hope this helps.

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