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    SNAT rule? LOL What's that!?!
    Do you mean a NAT rule?

    I'm not sure what to do...?
    I'm using PFSense.

    A port forward?
    I think you're saying to direct 162 to 182?

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    Yeah, NAT can be done on inbound traffic (destination NAT - DNAT) or outbound traffic (source NAT - SNAT). It's been a year or so since I looked at pfSense, so I can't remember exactly how the interface is laid out, but the NAT rules section is where it will likely be. Some vendors call is masquerading or 1:1 NAT as well (that's both DNAT and SNAT).

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    I haven't been using the 1:1 but instead the port forward...
    I added a NAT entry for 53, 25, and 587 pointing 162 to the internal IP of the email server....but doesn't look like it's changed anything...?

    BTW - I finally got a response from my ISP XO... they're going to try to contact SORBS to get the ip delisted.

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