Re: NLDN Data

Hi Pete,

Yes, that sounds right as I recall from previous discussions on
the ldm-users list.  We here at UAlbany have to serve as the original
source.

However, one correction:  Ron Henderson is no longer the contact person,
as he hasn't worked here in a few years.  David Knight and I are the
ones to contact.  Best way to do that is to send email to:
  support@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
where both of us will see it.

Thanks,

Kevin

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On Thu, 17 May 2001, Pete Pokrandt wrote:

>
> All,
>
> If I recall correctly, *all* NLDN feeds must originate from
> striker.atmos.albany.edu directly. That is, it isn't a tree
> structure like other feeds, but a point to point from Albany
> to everyone else.
>
> This is a requirement by the company who is providing the data.
>
> We are not allowed to forward the data on to anyone else.
>
> If you need the data and are not feeding from Albany, you need to
> contact Ronald Henderson (I assume that he is still the contact?) at
> SUNY-Albany (rwh@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx) to have him ALLOW you data from
> stiker.
>
> Pete
>
>
> In a previous message to me, you wrote:
>
>  >Thanks,
>  >
>  >That is what I did but I was worried that there was a problem that I didn't
>  >remeber from mid-March.  I was not the one that commented it out and have
>  >reciently just taken over for our admin that has moved on.
>  >
>  >Thanks again,
>  >BC
>  >
>  >>Date: Thu, 17 May 2001 10:27:10 -0600 (MDT)
>  >>From: Jeff Weber <jweber@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>  >>To: "B. Cottrill" <cottrill@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>  >>Subject: Re: NLDN Data
>  >>MIME-Version: 1.0
>  >>
>  >>Hi Bill,
>  >>
>  >>Uncomment out the feed, it is still flowing from striker...
>  >>
>  >>-Jeff
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>  >>
>  >>On Thu, 17 May 2001, B. Cottrill wrote:
>  >>
>  >>> Hello all,
>  >>>
>  >>> Did I miss a change for NLDN data seeds?  We haven't recieved any data 
> sin
>   >ce
>  >>> 03.26.2001.  when I checked the config file I found that someone had
>  >commented
>  >>> out striker.atmos.albany.edu.
>  >>> Has the feed location changed?
>  >>>
>  >>>
>  >>> Thanks
>  >>> BC
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>  >>
>  >
>  >____________________________________________________________________
>  >                            |
>  >Bill Cottrill                       |     Anything you do is worth doing
>  >Weather Station Manager             |     well. If you do your best, 99%
>  >Coordinator Academic Programs       |     of the time you will perform
>  >Department of Meteorology   |     beyond the expectation. Chances
>  >Florida State University    |     are if you even attempt the
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