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Re: Could be routing problem?



On Sat, 20 Mar 2004, Rodolfo J. Paiz wrote:

> At 01:41 3/20/2004, you wrote:
> >Info you asked for:
> >
> >1. Here is /etc/hosts:
> ># Do not remove the following line, or various programs
> ># that require network functionality will fail.
> >127.0.0.1       localhost.localdomain   localhost
> >#
> ># Local stuff
> >#
> >192.168.1.1     mark.neidorff.com       ja.neidorff.com
> >192.168.1.16    ns1.neidorff.com
> >192.168.1.18    mail.neidorff.com
> >192.168.1.3     dan.neidorff.com        dan
> >192.168.1.2     kids.neidorff.com       kids
> >192.168.1.4     merri.neidorff.com      merri
> >192.168.1.5     bob.neidorff.com        bob
> >192.168.1.6     cybergenie.neidorff.com cybergenie      CyberGenie
> >172.16.154.1    vmware
> 
> Try adding this to /etc/hosts:
> 
> 127.0.0.1       neidorff.com
> 64.36.121.2     neidorff.com
> 
> Part of your problem may be that your computer does not recognize *itself* 
> as neidorff.com even though the rest of the Internet does.
> 
> Just as a random suggestion, I would also change this line:
> 
> 192.168.1.1     mark.neidorff.com       ja.neidorff.com
> 
> into these two lines:
> 
> 192.168.1.1     mark.neidorff.com       mark
> 192.168.1.1     ja.neidorff.com         ja
> 
> Let us know if this improves anything.
> 

I implemented each of your suggestions one at a time.  Still the same
behavior.  (I restarted sendmail after each change, even though I knew
that wasn't necessary)  Each time an e-mail arrives, it still goes through
26 hops (25 max) before being delivered by default.

Mark




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