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I's all quite intriguing to me as I have been running RDP through our ClearOS server to my three windows machines (two real and one VM) since inception - I have changed rules and port forwarding to accommodate the different schemes and machines, and never experienced a single glitch. One lady works 12 hours a day on her RDP to her VM machine, and the others are used periodically every day. I have NO unreliability issues
I wanted to use OpenVPN, but our internet in South Africa is just too slow for our main application to run on OpenVPN.
I use 3 DNS servers set on the ClearOS machine, two external and one on my SBS2011 LAN machine.
I also recently made the ClearOS machine the DHCP server for the internal network, but the machines that I am connecting to internally have manually set fixed IP addresses.
Something else to consider - perhaps the individual firewalls on the Windows machines are periodically blocking the ClearOS server connection? Try turning them all off, if you haven't tried that already.
Tony Ellis wrote: Just something outside the nine dots...
.... I found using RDP and port forward from a ClearOS server was very unreliable - sometimes worked, sometimes intermittent and sometimes not all. No problems when at home within the internal network....
I am thinking this is the answer. I tested it 3 times over the weekend, without having changed a thing. I simply left work and tried it a few times from my home pc and it worked. I am beginning to believe it's either just plain unreliable or it's being affected by the other traffic on the network.
As for the DNS servers, both the target machine and the ClearOS box have been set to my internal DNS server. That's how I had my previous ISA server configured. Everything points to my win DNS server.
Ok my first post on here. Maybe someone can help me. Long time user. Have had a domain from ClearSDN for some time and used it to host a website from my machine. Just recently decided to set up a mail server using that domain. I am able to receive mail locally but not from the outside. I finally decided to turned on MX backup and mail does not arrive there either.
Maybe I am a little confused about what my settings should be.
for example, mydomain.com
I have an A record for a sub domain named mail.
my MX record is also mail.
then I have locally named my mail server mail.mydomain.com
I have been busy with this for days.. first a saslauth error kept me from logging in correctly.. wasn't till I did a fresh install that I was able to move to this problem, I am googled out.
Tim Burgess wrote: The database is created in system-mysq (port 3308)l not normal mysql (port 3306) so should be OK
You can find all logs at /var/log/zarafa/dagent.log which will help to understand
Do you by any chance have the free Cyrus IMAP server installed as well? this conflicts with the same ports and so will stop the zarafa-gateway service from running. Please stop the cyrus-imapd service first and consider removing it as the two systems are not compatible
Thanks a lot Tim that fixed my problem since cyrus-imapd was running i just stop it and remove it after both Zarafa service started with no problme so now i can see my email coming in !!!