Everything works perfectly except when I try to sent an email. The email gets sent (eventually), but afert a long waiting time, 45-60 sec. The connection is opened instally to the server but then just hangs there for 40-50 sec. The problem is that a have an aplication on a server that has to send confirmation emails, and that aplication is limited to a 30 sec timeout for conecting to the mail server, much less then the 45-60 sec that I have now. The mail server is hosted by a data center, it is not in my networks (location).
I have tried deleting the ESMTP inspection, that doesn't work. Pinging my mail server rezults in a average time of 20 ms. And when a do a tracert the hight value in a hop doesn't usually pass 80 ms, the average is 20-25 ms.
The problem is ONLY when sending emails. Everything else works perfect, including receiving emails from the same server.
I have verified that this is indeed a problem when I have the ASA in place. Bypassing the ASA resolves the issue. I have no inspection in place. No time outs in place either.
I am having the same issue as the original person that started this post.
When routing between two different segments with an exchange server and outlook clients on different networks, going through the ASA at random times the clients are experiencing hangs when sending emails in outlook. Aparently the other person fixed it by disabled RPC inspection on the juniper he has..
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