[CentOS-mirror] Please remove from mirror list: mirrors.bigtennetwork.com/CentOS

Timm Stamer timm.stamer at uni-oldenburg.de
Fri Jan 22 08:08:01 UTC 2010

You can also limit multiple connections by using mod_limitipconn (Apache 
httpd, available at epel):

         <IfModule mod_limitipconn.c>
                 MaxConnPerIP 6

kind regards,


Am 22.01.2010 08:56, schrieb Mogens Kjaer:
> On 01/21/2010 11:15 PM, Adrian Reber wrote:
> ...
>> I have the same "problem" on my mirror. But it is not CentOS related. I
>> am getting multiple http connections (between 30 and 50) from one IP
>> from China on many files I have on my mirror. From what I heard it is
>> some kind of download accelerator.
> All these "downloads" stopped when I set up
> a redirect of the .iso downloads to use ftp
> instead.
> Real downloaders don't have a problem with this
> as the browser or wget just continues downloading
> via ftp.
> Unfortunately, this is against CentOS rules, so
> we are no longer on the mirror list for http
> access (although it still works - for non .iso
> files).
> As I understand it is the reason for not accepting
> this redirect of .iso files is that some users
> can't do ftp downloads because of proxy settings.
> If this restriction is lifted, please let me know.
> Mogens

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