Evan, > I'm having a problem here that doesn't make much sense to me. I have 2 > LDMs set up at different locations (both reside behind respective > firewalls). Data transfer between the two worked as expected until I > recently upgraded the hardware running one of the LDMs. I copied the > ldmd.conf and pqact.conf files over to the new machine and assigned the > same fixed IP address to the new machine. I installed and configured the > latest version of the LDM on the new machine, started it up, and it > works as expected. > > The problem is I restarted the LDM on the second machine and it receives > no data! I examined the log and found many, many entries to the effect of: > > Feb 20 22:20:26 bou 188.8.131.52 ERROR: Disconnecting due to LDM > failure; Couldn't connect to LDM on 184.108.40.206 using either port 388 > or portmapper; : RPC Remote system error - No route to host > > I issue an "ldmping 220.127.116.11" command and receive the following > response: > > Feb 20 22:24:13 ERROR NAMED 12.058268 0 18.104.22.168 can't > contact portmapper: RPC: Timed out > > What's going on here and how do I get data to the second machine? The error messages mean that the one machine can't reach the other for some reason. It could be that it can't translate the hostname to an IP address, or that something (e.g., iptables) is not allowing packets through. I suspect that the one system can't even ping(1) the other. Do you have a system or network administrator who could help? > Many thanks, > Evan Regards, Steve Emmerson Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: ILT-461435 Department: Support LDM Priority: Normal Status: Closed
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