I have a Balance 20 running 5.4.7.
My mail services are provided by my ISP and they do not allow relaying which means SMTP traffic must be on their connection.
WAN CONNECTION #0 - DSL , NO MAIL SERVICES
WAN CONNESTION #1 - CABLE, POP/SMTP SERVICES
I have an Outbound rule to Enforce all SMTP traffic to use the WAN connection #1 of the SMTP provider but the Balance does not follow this rule when sending email notifications.
The result is my ISP blocks the message.
I have confirmed that if I disable connection #0 the Balance will successfully send email notifications.
I have tried creating an outbound rule to enforce all SMTP traffic from the Balance’s to use WAN connection #1 but same problem. I have also tried a rule to enforce ANY traffic from Balance’s IP address to use Connection #1, but no go.
Test Log below: (Addresses Edited) You will see that it try’s connection #0 which is the wrong ISP, and then says it is using connection #1, but sends over connection #0 somehow. bas6-barrie18-1177957600.dsl.bell.ca is ISP for connection #0.
[INFO] Try email through connection #0
[ERROR] sig_alrm: Timeout (14)!!!
[INFO] Try email through connection #1
<-] 220 mouse.start.ca ESMTP Sendmail; NO UCE
->] EHLO balance.peplink.com
<-] 250-mouse.start.ca Hello bas6-barrie18-1177957600.dsl.bell.ca [X0.X4.X2.X24], pleased to meet you
<-] 250-SIZE 20971520
<-] 250 HELP
->] MAIL FROM:<XXXX@start.ca>
<-] 250 2.1.0 <XXXX@start.ca>… Sender ok
->] RCPT TO:<XXXX@gmail.com>
<-] 550 5.7.1 <XXXX@gmail.com>… Relaying denied
[ERROR] [sent RCPT TO:<XXXX@gmail.com>
] [result 550] [expect 250] unknown response “550 5.7.1 <XXXX@gmail.com>… Relaying denied