IP Tunneling for GI

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  1. PacificMailer

    PacificMailer New Member

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    Hi Folks,

    Been a while since I've posted. I have the opportunity to get IPs from $1.50-$2.00 varies upon quality.

    Based on feedback from mailer friends and others it seems like the price range is fairly standard. However I was wondering if I should even be trying to mail with tunneled IPs on GI. I heard it's too slow and therefore only reserved for TLD mailing.

    Thoughts?
     
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    The tunnel should not have any affect on speed.
     
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    It depends on how you're mailing and if the tunnel source is on a shitty 10mbit link or located on the other side of the world. Tunneling will always add some amount of latency.
     
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    Especially if your servers are all over the globe.

    You should do pings between the tunneling locations to get the idea of the minimum lag you are adding.
     
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    Which ESP do you use for tunneling?
     
  6. rohaven

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    Many of ISp can Provide solution for this..
    http://www.hostslim.eu
     
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    No idea why would be recommending these guys? Their network is set up in a way you can't tunnel traditionally from it. If you host your MTA there, you can use their ip's but they do not know what they are doing otherwise. We've been down this road, and even brought in Nick to try and help, there was nothing that could be done.
     
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    Tunneling, your effectively doubling up your traffic at said end-point.

    There are a lot of tuning parameters involved on network and smtpd levels... but I don't see slow links/response-times degrading performance on GI "mailing" all that much.

    When it comes to clicking, those links better load quick or you'll loose out on potential customers.

    {shrug}
     
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    yeh,
    Some one recommend me for this provider !
    I have tried too for That,
    Also i have offered him for Implement GRE and commit to pay him with fair rates but unfortunately he and his Tech Guy failed to do that.
    Can Anybody suggest me any Provider through which i can Implement IP Tunneling ..

    thanks.
     
  10. nickphx

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    From what I can remember I think it was an arp cache timeout issue. If you configured the IP on the interface it would work fine locally, then after removing it and routing over the tunnel it would work for a few minutes. There was one setting I didn't try that has resolved that problem on other networks.
     

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