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192.168.x.y. as ip

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Hi,

I am migrating my server from Debian to Arch Linux. Froxlor is running on my Debian system and I want to port it of course, too. But not in a productive environment... So I have the installation running actually within my LAN and it has IP 192.168.x.y Mail with all its components (postfix, dovecot, amavis, spamassassin, dkim and spf) is already working and Froxlor handles it perfectly like on Debian. But for php I want to start a new way: not mod_php but php-fpm (different configurations, different php versions). So I need for testing to set the IP/Port to my local net but Froxlor does not accept this. How can I disable the ip-validation or overwrite existing setting manually?

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Are you sure you are using the latest version of froxlor? Adding private network ips should be allowed with a note being displayed - but still allowed

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I am surely not using the latest version because I must merge it to my repo where well-running dkim and spf support is implemented. So I do not pull every time if a new version is released because it will not work out-of-the-box because of missing dkim and spf stuff...

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I will look at the setting in the database - I think it must reside there?

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Well then, you know what you can do in order to get this working 

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That solved it. Now all is set to my private IP and I can step forward.

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