ISP filtering port 25
bjonkman-w5ExpX8uLjYAvxtiuMwx3w at public.gmane.org
Sun Mar 16 04:59:52 UTC 2014
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I left Rogers for two reasons: Filtering port 25, and changing my IP
erratically even though I was supposed to have a static IP (they still
had those in 2001).
I switched to Teksavvy in 2005 (maybe earlier). Teksavvy understands
that static IPs are the ones that don't change, and they don't filter
any ports. Static IP is an extra service for which I pay an
additional $4/month, which also gets me newsgroup access and an MLPPP
connection. Even with an extra $4/month I'm still paying half of what
I did with Rogers. Admittedly, Rogers speeds exceed anything Teksavvy
is able to offer in my area, but I'm comfortable blaming that on Bell.
On 14-03-16 12:01 AM, Marc Lijour wrote:
> Authenticated + TLS
> 2014-03-15 22:53 GMT-04:00 ted leslie <ted.leslie-Re5JQEeQqe8AvxtiuMwx3w at public.gmane.org>:
>> WHat are you trying to do. Secure mail wouldn't be on 25
>> anyways? from wikipedia: SMTP by default uses
>> port <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Computer_port_(software)> 25.
>> The protocol for mail submission is the same, but using port 587,
>> and SMTP connections secured by
>> SSL<http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Secure_Sockets_Layer>, known as
>> SMTPS <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SMTPS>, default to port 465.
>> On Sat, Mar 15, 2014 at 10:49 PM, Marc Lijour
>> <marclijour-Re5JQEeQqe8AvxtiuMwx3w at public.gmane.org>wrote:
>>> I moved to a new ISP that is clearly filtering traffic going
>>> out to port 25.
>>> Is there a way around this? Do I have to change ISP or is there
>>> I bet many of you have their own mail servers out there.
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