[Mailman-Users] Different IPs for each list?

J.A. Terranson measl at mfn.org
Mon Dec 15 01:04:10 CET 2008

On Sun, 14 Dec 2008, Mark Sapiro wrote:

> J.A. Terranson wrote:
> >
> >First, let me say that I'm not certain this is going to transslate the way 
> >I intend...
> >
> >That said: I have a machine with a half dozen lists on it, running on 1 
> >IP.  Id like to keep the same "info" page that lists all the various 
> >lists, but have each one (at smtp level, I dont care where the archives 
> >and user pages are) communicating on a different IP for traffic 
> >engineering purposes (rather than using separate instantiations on 
> >separate IPS).
> >
> >Is this possible?
> What I'm getting is you want each list to have it's own domain and
> associated IP address - e.g., list1 at l1.example.com,
> list2 at l2.example.com, etc.


Let me try again.

Right now I have every list at lists.blah.org

I want to keep that.  But when traffic goes to or from a particular list, 
i want it routed over s separate IP address so that I can shove them down 
separate PVCs.
I want to keep the one address web interface for all lists and archives.

J.A. Terranson

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