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Thread: Unable to communicate with SUSE Linux/OES 2 server remotely.

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    Default Unable to communicate with SUSE Linux/OES 2 server remotely.

    This issue was prompted by Groupwise MTA not communicating with a Post Office that I had migrated to our first Linux box. I found out why, because I cannot communicate with it at all, other than through ethernet. I'm not sure what the problem is. I've checked the firewall and opened up all the ports that I'm trying to communicate on. I've made sure Apache is loaded. What next? Help!! Thank you.

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    Default Re: Unable to communicate with SUSE Linux/OES 2 server remotely.

    Welcome to thse forums (I see this your first post).

    That said I think your question is a bit of a mistery to me.

    Maybe you could tell something about what openSUSE level, etc, etc. All our crystal balls are on season hollidays. Most people here realy need more information before they even start to understand what your setup is, what you trry to do and what you did allready. BTW we love computer output to confirm your stories (between CODE tags of couse).
    Henk van Velden

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    Simon Flood NNTP User

    Default Re: Unable to communicate with SUSE Linux/OES 2 server remotely.

    On 15/12/2010 16:06, tnelson 2000 wrote:

    > This issue was prompted by Groupwise MTA not communicating with a Post
    > Office that I had migrated to our first Linux box. I found out why,
    > because I cannot communicate with it at all, other than through
    > ethernet. I'm not sure what the problem is. I've checked the firewall
    > and opened up all the ports that I'm trying to communicate on. I've made
    > sure Apache is loaded. What next? Help!! Thank you.


    Since you've posted to an openSUSE forum does the above mean you have
    installed GroupWise on to a system running openSUSE?
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