Our client moving outbound mail through Frontbridge
firewall rules to allow SMTP traffic on port 25 from the following IP address range:
x.x.88.0/24 (x.x.88.0/24 = x.x.88.1 - x.x.88.254)
The firewall is PIX515E
Can someone please provide me with commands?
Also any impact for this changes on the current mail becuase I just need to allow those IPs and the actual change for moving the outbound mail will take place later?
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