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[LDM #APJ-776066]: new noaaport install



Brendon,

> I am getting copious amounts of output from tcpdump, here's a sample:
> 
> 16:05:31.754658 IP 10.0.9.51 > rwhod.mcast.net: udp
> 16:05:31.754932 IP 10.0.9.51.34484 > rwhod.mcast.net.ssslic-mgr: UDP,
> length 4032
> 16:05:31.755207 IP 10.0.9.51 > rwhod.mcast.net: udp
> 16:05:31.755208 IP 10.0.9.51 > rwhod.mcast.net: udp
> 16:05:31.755212 IP 10.0.9.51.34484 > rwhod.mcast.net.ssslic-mgr: UDP,
> length 4032
> 16:05:31.755483 IP 10.0.9.51 > rwhod.mcast.net: udp
> 16:05:31.755484 IP 10.0.9.51 > rwhod.mcast.net: udp
> 16:05:31.755758 IP 10.0.9.51.34484 > rwhod.mcast.net.ssslic-mgr: UDP,
> length 4032
> 16:05:31.756033 IP 10.0.9.51 > rwhod.mcast.net: udp
> 16:05:31.756034 IP 10.0.9.51 > rwhod.mcast.net: udp
> 16:05:31.756309 IP 10.0.9.51.34484 > rwhod.mcast.net.ssslic-mgr: UDP,
> length 4032
> 16:05:31.756311 IP 10.0.9.51 > rwhod.mcast.net: udp
> 16:05:31.756586 IP 10.0.9.51 > rwhod.mcast.net: udp
> 16:05:31.756591 IP 10.0.9.51.34484 > rwhod.mcast.net.ssslic-mgr: UDP,
> length 4032

Those packets are, undoubtedly, from the Novra. You should verify this,
however, by repeating the tcpdump(1) command with a "-n" option so that the
destination IP address can be seen:

    tcpdump -i <<interface>> -n udp

> It's a stock minimall install of Centos 7, let me know if there's
> another package that should be included but isn't.

Because you built the LDM successfully, you likely have all the necessary
packages.

Regards,
Steve Emmerson

Ticket Details
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Ticket ID: APJ-776066
Department: Support LDM
Priority: Normal
Status: Closed
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