I don't think ldirectord supports port 0 ?
But it does support firewall marks to allow you to group pop3 & smtp and
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Peter Mueller wrote:
I just added pop and smtp services to my load balancers, and
I wanted to
know if there was a way to tie the two connections together
use pop-before-smtp to allow my users to send mail, but
reconnect to a different server for smtp than the one they
Most of the time it's OK because they have pop-ed to both of the
servers in the cluster but every now and then I have a user
with an issue.
Is there a way to have it keep track of the IP and always send those
SMTP and POP connections to the same real server?
Can anyone think of a way to accomplish this?
I use ldirectord for my virtual server management.
You can use port 0 with a higher persistance for this setup. If you want
have a healthchecker you could setup one called "mail" that checks for POP,
then SMTP. Send a diff to Horms :).
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