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20031111: ADDE on new server (cont.)



>From: "Thomas L. Mote" <address@hidden>
>Organization: University of Georgia
>Keywords: 200311110119.hAB1JnOb008399 McIDAS ADDE Linux compess

Hi Tom,

>I copied and pasted the .mcenv from your message.

OK.  I am now able to interrogate the ADDE remote server on cacimbo
using port 503 (compress transfers):

DSINFO P RTPTSRC

        Dataset Names of Type: POINT in Group: RTPTSRC

Name         NumPos   Content
------------ ------   --------------------------------------
AIRCRAFT        10    Real-Time Aircraft data
ETAMOS          10    Real-Time ETA Model Output Statistics
FOUS14          10    Real-Time FOUS14 data
GFSMOS          10    Real-Time ETA Model Output Statistics
LIGHTNING       10    Real-Time Lightning data
PROF6MIN        10    Real-Time 6-Minute Profiler data
PROFHOURLY      10    Real-Time Hourly Profiler data
PTSRCS         120    All point data in MDXX files
SFCHOURLY       10    Real-Time SFC Hourly
SHIPBUOY        10    Real-Time Ship and Buoy data
SYNOPTIC        10    Real-Time SYNOPTIC data
UPPERMAND       10    Real-Time Upper Air (Mandatory)
UPPERSIG        10    Real-Time Upper Air (Significant)

DSINFO -- done

Furthermore, I did a plot of surface temperatures and it worked fine:

SF 12
BATCH MN 12 LALO X CONF X NO "BKGMAP.BAT
SFCPLOT T OLAY LATEST 2003310 GRA=12 BLANK=NO LSIZE=6 DAT=RTPTSRC/SFCHOURLY 
SF=YES

Feeling bold, I pointed my McIDAS session at cacimbo for virtually all of
its data.  Here are the results

CIMSS    - did not work
GINICOMP - did not work (UGAGINI.BAT still to be modified and run)
GINIEAST - did not work (UGAGINI.BAT still to be modified and run)
GINIWEST - did not work (UGAGINI.BAT still to be modified and run)
NEXRCOMP - worked
RTGRIDS  - worked
RTIMAGES - did not work
RTNEXRAD - worked
RTWXTEXT - worked
TOPO     - worked

The failure of CIMSS and RTIMAGES is likely to be caused by the same
thing.  The failure for GINIxxxx is due to the changes needed in
UGAGINI.BAT.

>I am also
>asking again about the firewall and port 500. I was told that it
>was opened, along with 112, 503 and 388.

Well, access through port 503 is working, and that is the most commonly
used interface (compress transfers, that is).  Why port 500 access is not
working is a mystery to mee at the moment.

Has /etc/hosts.allow and/or /etc/hosts.deny been setup to deny access?
Have TCP wrappers been setup/partially setup?

Tom


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