Hi Ari, As Lansing mentions, tds.ucar.edu is not a server that Unidata manages. I believe it is managed by the ESG group here at NCAR. I'm not sure who to contact for support regarding that server but you might try this ESG page http://www.earthsystemgrid.org/ There is a "Create Account" link in the quick links section on the right side of that page. Also, there is a "Contact Us" link at both the top and the bottom of that page. Hope that helps, Ethan Ari Stern wrote: > Hi Ari, > > I'm sorry you are having trouble downloading the data you need. > However, I'm not familiar with a server at tds.ucar.edu - it's not > one of ours (Unidata, that is). Did you mean thredds.ucar.edu? That > would make more sense, and is a Unidata maintained TDS. However, the > Thredds Data Servers maintained by Unidata do not require login > credentials, though it is quite possible that other organizations do. > If you know the hosting organization and have contact information for > them, you'll need to contact them directly to find out what happened > to their server. > > Regards, > Lansing Madry > Unidata > Boulder, Colorado > > > Hello, > > My name is Ari Stern. I am a researcher at Boston University in the > > Department of Earth and Environment. I have been using data from the CCSM4 > > model for the past two months and have periodically accessed and downloaded > > NC files through the PCMDI ESGF portal which I believe was using the > > THREDDS server. > > > > Now when I try to downloads files from the CCSM4 model, it asks for log in > > information (username and password) to access tds.ucar.edu:80. I made an > > account with Unidata, but that log in info is not what is required. I also > > saw something about the server moving. Is the link on the ESGF portal now > > just outdated? > > Thanks, > > Ari Stern > > > > > Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: QGA-850320 Department: Support THREDDS Priority: Normal Status: Closed
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