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    Default [SOLVED] zimbra access to 98.136.92.79

    on wireshark i see that zimbra access every several second to 98.136.92.79.
    look at the attached file.

    what is this?

    thanks
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    Your attachment is unreadable. Is this Zimbra Desktop or Zimbra Collaboration Suite?
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    Quote Originally Posted by phoenix View Post
    Your attachment is unreadable. Is this Zimbra Desktop or Zimbra Collaboration Suite?
    i fix the attach.
    i'm running Zimbra Collaboration Suite open source.

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    did you google that ip by chance? if you did you probably would notice that the first result mentions it's a yahoo RBL used for antispam

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    yes i can see that but i don't use Zimbra as antispam.
    so way my zimbra access this address?

    Thanks

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    You have zimbra configured to syslog to a zimbra or yahoo host. Since 98.136.92.79 goes by many names, you'll need to sniff udp port 53 to find what question gets that answer.

    Look at your /etc/syslog.conf and the output of "zmlocalconfig snmp_trap_host"

    For the group: If you don't have logger installed, where is the logger location configured?

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    thanks for your help, i think i found the problem.
    how do i change or disable the snmp_trap_host?

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by myakove View Post
    thanks for your help, i think i found the problem.
    how do i change or disable the snmp_trap_host?

    Thanks
    i manage to change it, lets see if its solve the problem

    thanks again

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