Cheap tunneling option

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  1. EMGuy

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    Hi Guys,

    Wondering if there is a cheap tunneling option out there, I use IEM, and sometimes smtps's but when they shut me down I lose everything, wondering if there is a cheap powermta option, or a way to havea central server and have clusters with several IPs ...if the cluster get shot down it is not a problem I can ge more ...but my main system in the other side of the tunnel remains intact.

    Let me know if you know any cheap alternatives...

    Thank you
     
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    PM me your AIM or Skype handle. Let's talk, we might have exactly what you are looking for!
     
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    there's always routebee
     
  4. EMGuy

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    Hi,

    What's routebee?

    Thank you


     
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    Yes. Contact Damian at Deliverability Agent. It is exactly what you seek.
     
  7. EMGuy

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    Yeah funny joke... what's the point?

    To others who read this thread there is nothing there, that domain have only DOMAIN PARKING content.
     
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    Another option would be to just create the tunnel yourself for FREE!! Doesnt get much cheaper than that, its only a few lines of code. Dont be scared, you cant really mess it up, if you mess up the routing tables, just reset the server and they will go back to what they were before.

    http://lartc.org/howto/lartc.tunnel.gre.html
     
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    Thank you, for sure I can give it a try :)

     
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    http://www.stunnel.org/
    https://github.com/mtorromeo/iosshy

    To give yourself some flexibility with rented servers, you could install IEM + postfix at "home base" (big pipe), and a postfix instance at each rented server. Configure the home mta to route to the correct server using one of many options, my favorite is using a tcp-type map for transport maps, and spin up your own server to handle those requests. Heres one: https://github.com/theflockers/Postfix-Redis-TCP-Map

    You write your logic in the tcp server app, and you can tie it to another system like your central syslog collector to change the routing if you re getting TS0X'd by yahoo, for example.
     

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