The process randomly sends me warning e-mails, but I added it to the block list EXE and CMD and that didn't change/fix anything.
That's where I put the akamaie / ups domains (4) and it started working again after that.Have you tried using /etc/csf/csf.dyndns ? (lfd Dynamic DNS)
I did this prior, and couldn't find anything in there about the "server" connecting to someone else.Remove the whitelisted IPs to test some more. Open the Watch System Logs tool in CSF, and initiate a quote for shipment as you do and see if anything shows up in that log.
What's the email from csf/lfd say exactly?
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