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[LDM #FRU-913246]: allow non-static IP downstream server access?



Hi Greg,

> We're trying to use LDM to transfer products between our GV research aircraft 
> and the ground. We have used the plane -> successfully now for a number of 
> campaigns but on our current project we are trying to send gnd -> and having 
> a problem .
> 
> The satcom link on the GV when active is known as rafgv.dyndns.org. This is 
> the DNS name of the plane however this name is not associated with a static 
> IP address, instead they are assigned an IP via DHCP I believe depending on 
> when the plane is in flight.
> 
> I've added to the ground ldmd.conf file:
> 
> ALLOW   ANY     rafgv.dyndns.org
> 
> However, I'm getting the following errors in my var/log/ldmd.log:
> 
> May 21 10:21:14 sferic ldmd[27533] NOTE: Denying connection from 
> "12.111.57.52" because not allowed
> May 21 10:21:14 sferic ldmd[25848] NOTE: child 27533 exited with status 1
> 
> Is there something else I need to do to allow a dynamically IP'ed server 
> access to my LDM feed?

Which is the upstream site, the plane or the ground (i.e., which way is the 
data flowing)?

> Thanks,
> Greg
> 
> -----------------------------------------------------------
> Greg Stossmeister
> Head - Collaborative Tools and Metadata Group
> NCAR/Earth Observing Laboratory (EOL)
> Telephone: (303)497-8692  Facsimilie:(303)497-2044
> e-mail: address@hidden
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> Boulder, CO 80307      Boulder, CO 80301
> ------------------------------------------------------------

Regards,
Steve Emmerson

Ticket Details
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Ticket ID: FRU-913246
Department: Support LDM
Priority: Normal
Status: Closed


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