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[IDD #MKS-208085]: Temporary connectivity



Hi Mary Ellen,

re:
> Hi, wondering if you can answer a question for me. We want to give
> access to our ingestor data feed to colleagues for a temporary period
> of time only.

Exactly how are you intending to give access to your "ingestor data feed"?

re:
> Do you have any suggestions on I could employ to shut
> off their access after the agreed upon time frame? My concern is that
> once the IP address is shared then access could be regained at any time.

If you are referring to feeding the data via the LDM, then you have
a couple of options:

- ALLOW feed REQUEST(s) in the ~ldm/etc/ldmd.conf file

  You can comment out the ALLOW (and restart the LDM) when you no
  longer want the colleagues to access the feed(s).

- allow/deny the access to the data in your firewall

Comment:

- if you are thinking about feeding the data you are ingesting from
  the NOAAPort SBN using the LDM, you should be aware that I tried
  to feed from you and did not have good luck since ** apparently **
  your outbound bandwidth is very limited and/or the security inspection
  imposed on the traffic slowed the feed down to the point that it
  was unusable

Again, exactly how are you planning/wanting to share the data with your
colleagues?

Cheers,

Tom
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Ticket Details
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Ticket ID: MKS-208085
Department: Support IDD
Priority: Normal
Status: Closed
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