Re: [RadiusNT] Re: Email only

Vusi Ndebele ( )
Thu, 27 Apr 2000 17:19:04 +0200

You do not have to give the mail server a private IP, just add a static
routes between the network your mail server is sat on and your access

Therefore no DNS changes required
-----Original Message-----
From: Herman verschooten <>
To: '' <>
Date: 22 May 1999 18:09
Subject: RE: [RadiusNT] Re: Email only

>Yes, you can add private and public addresses to the same NIC. But,
>make sure that the Routing checkbox is NOT checked.
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Kevin Ingram []
>Sent: zaterdag 22 mei 1999 18:02
>Subject: Re: [RadiusNT] Re: Email only
>>considered assigning your e-mail only users with a private range of ip
>>addresses and just do routing for that range of IPs within your
>You know what, this deserves some thought. One question comes to mind
>can private IP's and Internet IP's be on the same NIC? I would have to
>the mail server a private IP for the local LAN to find it, might have to
>create a new DNS entry for the private IP, but maybe it would work....
>Does anyone know if this is possible?
>Thanks for the idea.