Subject: Re: Setting up a T1 and email
To: Rick Copeland <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Dave McGuire <email@example.com>
Date: 07/10/1998 14:07:56
It's under /isc...
On Fri, 10 Jul 1998, Rick Copeland wrote:
>Found Qpopper but could notr find "BIND" at ftp.isc.org! There is only
>three directories I can see there under /pub. None of which are "BIND".
>At 12:41 PM 7/10/98 -0400, Dave McGuire wrote:
>>On Fri, 10 Jul 1998, Rick Copeland wrote:
>>>We have a fractional T1 being set up at our office and I would like to know
>>>what a good setup to receive and distribute email to 40 user on our network
>>>would be. Currently all are receiving email through a Novell network
>>>running TCP/IP, a redirector software, a modem bank and of course a
>>>internet service provider. There is also two Vax 3600's running NetBSD 1.3
>>>serving Intranet web pages to the desktops. The desktops are Windows 95
>>>running Eudora Pro email program.
>>>The T1 will be connected to the internet directly through AT&T(they will
>>>provide the CSU/DSU) so I believe I will need a DNS server, router and an
>>>email server (sendmail?). Can all these functions be accomplished with
>> I'd grab a router such as a cisco 2501 or similar. Aside from that,
>>everything you'll need can be handled by those NetBSD machines. If the
>>users are running Eudora, you'll need a POP server...Qpopper can be found at
>>ftp.qualcomm.com; it runs nicely under NetBSD. The latest relase of BIND
>>nameserver) can be found at ftp.isc.org. sendmail 8.9.1 was just
>>can be found at ftp.cs.berkeley.edu in /ucb/sendmail.
>> I run several internet-connected networks on purely NetBSD firepower...I
>>you'll find it's an excellent platform for that sort of thing.
>> -Dave McGuire