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[IDD #OSX-818257]: Conduit feed?



Hi Rosie,

re:
> We currently get our ldm CONDUIT feed from idd.aos.wisc.edu only, which
> had problems today and we realized that a backup source would be
> beneficial to our users.

OK.

re:
> Do you have a machine we could allow our conduit servers to feed from?
> 
> Our conduit machines are:
> 
> pepe.ssec.wisc.edu  128.104.109.252
> fred.ssec.wisc.edu  128.104.109.245
> wilma.ssec.wisc.edu 128.104.111.51

First, it would be best to have one machine REQUEST CONDUIT from
multiple upstream machines and then relay the data to your other
machines.  Having more than one machine REQUEST the same feed
increases your inbound network bandwidth use by the number of
machines making the REQUEST(s) to machines off campus.

You can use idd.ssec.wisc.edu as your redundant upstream for
CONDUIT.  This will give you needed redundancy as idd.ssec.wisc.edu
REQUESTs CONDUIT from idd.unidata.ucar.edu.  You should be able
to implement a feed REQUEST to idd.ssec.wisc.edu immediately since
it has a blanket ALLOW for all machines in the ssec.wisc.edu domain.
Please, however, consider _not_ simply configuring pepe, fred and
wilma to all REQUEST CONDUIT from idd.  Instead, choose one of
these machines as the primary and have the other two feed from it.

Cheers,

Tom
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Ticket Details
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Ticket ID: OSX-818257
Department: Support IDD
Priority: Normal
Status: Closed


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