>From: "Luis A. Lopez" <address@hidden> >Organization: UPRM >Keywords: 200404011627.i31GRGCT021091 IDD DNS name lookup Hi Luis, >The hostname is climatemaster.uprm.edu (ip: 22.214.171.124). I verified reverse name lookup (name -> IP): % nslookup climatemaster.uprm.edu Server: laraine.unidata.ucar.edu Address: 126.96.36.199 Non-authoritative answer: Name: climatemaster.uprm.edu Address: 188.8.131.52 but not the forward (IP -> name): % nslookup 184.108.40.206 Server: laraine.unidata.ucar.edu Address: 220.127.116.11 *** laraine.unidata.ucar.edu can't find 18.104.22.168:Server failed Without both, the upstream LDM will need to add the definition into /etc/hosts. We don't like to do this since it is brittle. Please let me know when both forward and reverse name lookup are available. In order to test feeding you, please add a request for the UNIWISC imagery to your ~ldm/etc/ldmd.conf file: request UNIWISC ".*" atm.geo.nsf.gov I will logon to the server (atm) and verify that it will refuse to serve you until both forward and reverse name lookup are supported for climatemaster. Please let me know as soon as you have added the request and started your LDM. >We have a >firewall and probably I need to open ports to the computer that has the >files we need. Thank you for your response. The only port used by the LDM is 388/tcp. Since you are going to be using McIDAS, you will need to open ports 112, 500, and 503, all for tcp. This is needed _if_ you will be doing remote ADDE access to other machines, or if you intend to open your machine to remote ADDE access from other machines. A quick word is needed for why there are three ports for McIDAS: originally, all data transfers were done using port 500 and all transfers were uncompressed. SSEC added 'compress' compressed transfers through port 503 a couple of years later. Most recently, 'gzip' compressed transfers were added through port 112. McIDAS is transitioning to use of only port 112 (since it is registered with Iana for McIDAS data transmission), but the full transition is still one or two years out. Cheers, Tom -- NOTE: All email exchanges with Unidata User Support are recorded in the Unidata inquiry tracking system and then made publically available through the web. If you do not want to have your interactions made available in this way, you must let us know in each email you send to us.
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