Gerry, Yes, ldmsend(1) can be used to "push" a file to an LDM. The receiving LDM will have to have an appropriate ACCEPT entry in its LDM configuration-file. You should really get them to open the firewall for port 388, however. I have to go. > Karen is sitting here and has a conundrum. She's trying to work with a TV > station who wants to be able to send their radar data to Monterrey via LDM > but can't get a port opening for 388. I seem to recall an ldmsend command: > Does this allow a data "push" with no request? They can push via 388; they > can't get corporate to open a firewall port. > > Thanks > Gerry > -- > Gerry Creager > NSSL/CIMMS > 405.325.6371 > ++++++++++++++++++++++ > âBig whorls have little whorls, > That feed on their velocity; > And little whorls have lesser whorls, > And so on to viscosity.â > Lewis Fry Richardson (1881-1953) Regards, Steve Emmerson Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: VNE-349637 Department: Support LDM Priority: Normal Status: Closed
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