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[IDD #EMD-405853]: Request data

Hi Reymer,

> I'm a student of Physic of the University of Costa Rica, I have a
> personal server that I want that you allow to request data from
> idd.unidata.ucar.edu, to work on a personal career project, can you
> help me? I'm the system administrator. I can't request data from my
> University because we have a trouble between idd.unidata.ucar.edu to
> ucr.ac.cr
> Name: Reymer Antonio Vargas Solano
> Phone number: (506) 8871-3130
> Email address: address@hidden
> The fully-qualified hostname of the computer that will run the LDM
> ldm.primitivehost.com (

There is forward DNS for your machine only; reverse DNS (IP -> name)
does not exist:

% nslookup ldm.primitivehost.com

Non-authoritative answer:
Name:   ldm.primitivehost.com

% nslookup

** server can't find NXDOMAIN

> Feedtype by the moment that I need to work on my project.

I enabled your machine to request the UNIWISC and NIMAGE datastreams
from idd.cise-nsf.gov by adding an entry to the /etc/hosts file that
defines the IP <-> name relationship as: ldm.primitivehost.ucr.ac.cr

I set things up this way because:

- reverse DNS does not exist for your machine
- we already have an ALLOW rule for machines from ucr.ac.cr

Please give the feed a try:

<as 'ldm' on your machine>
ldmping idd.cise-nsf.gov
notifyme -vl- -f 'UNIWIS|NIMAGE' -h idd.cise-nsf.gov

Please let us if you can successfully request the data you need
and when you no longer need it.

> Thanks

It would be most helpful if the machines you are running the LDM on
had both forward and reverse DNS!


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Ticket Details
Ticket ID: EMD-405853
Department: Support IDD
Priority: Normal
Status: Closed

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