Just change home network to TPG adsl2+. Configuration is simple. The speed is good (~850KB/s), comparing my previous one’s 150KM/s (at maximum). Happy with it.
In order to send out email, need to update mail configuration.
mail.tpg.com.au as pop3 server
mail.tpg.com.au as smtp server
I use mutt as mailer to receive mails and ssmtp as a sendmail agent.
mutt is easy, just update the “From ” tag at ~/.muttrc
ssmtp configuration took a bit time to sort. Two spots to upgrade
update this line
change line alike this
to check if the smtp server is responding
$ telnet mail.tpg.com.au 25
Connected to mail.tpg.com.au.
Escape character is ”.
220 mail7.tpgi.com.au ESMTP Sendmail ready.
250 mail7.tpgi.com.au Hello x [xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx], pleased to meet you mail from:
250 2.1.0 … Sender ok
250 2.1.5 … Recipient ok
221 2.0.0 mail7.tpgi.com.au closing connection
Connection closed by foreign host.
My argument is to use “x.y.z” where “x.y.z” resolves to your IP address instead of using “tpg.com.au” or something made up. Using just “tpg.com.au” will result in mail not being accepted by more strict mail servers. E.g. Exim’s “helo_try_verify_hosts” option: