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    dijichi2 is offline OpenSource Builder & Moderator
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    Default Restrict to IP or port?

    Hi

    As a long time user of postfix/cyrus/ldap etc this is very interesting and looks fantastic, so i'd really like to try it and use it. However, it completely takes over the box its on which is particularly inconvenient if you have existing website, sql, ldap etc. My (colo) boxes are multihomed, can I restrict the zimbra stuff to just a single IP? and is there an easy way of moving the mysql and (particularly) web to different ports? at the moment tomcat takes over port 80 on all IPs!

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    dijichi2 is offline OpenSource Builder & Moderator
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    Default ahh, guess I should read stickies

    bin/zmiptables -u
    bin/zmiptables -i *ip address*

    does the trick nicely, is there anywhere in the config to set this more permanently?

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    This should stick. Once you set your iptables I don't think we need to recreate it each time.

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