[CentOS-mirror] New CentOS Mirror - Kenya

Fri Apr 17 06:02:05 UTC 2015
Anthony Somerset <anthony at teamzol.co.zw>

Good Day Team CentOS

Please find formal announcement of a new CentOS mirror on the network in Kenya

Location:   East Africa Datacenter, Nairobi, Kenya
HTTP: http://mirror.liquidtelecom.com/centos <http://mirror.liquidtelecom.com/centos>
FTP: http://mirror.liquidtelecom.com/centos <http://mirror.liquidtelecom.com/centos>
RSYNC: http://mirror.liquidtelecom.com/centos <http://mirror.liquidtelecom.com/centos>

Bandwidth: 1Gbps+
Sponsor: Liquid Telecom (mirror at liquidtelecom.com <mailto:mirror at liquidtelecom.com>) - http://www.liquidtelecom.com <http://www.liquidtelecom.com/>
Updates:    Every 4 hours

IPv6 Capable: YES

IP’s to Whitelist Msync:, 2c0f:fe40:8001:10::1 (we are presently syncing from UKservers pending activation of whitelist)

This Mirror has excellent connectivity to nearly all of East Africa in particular and also Southern Africa. So could become a good target for any GeoLookups for the region/Continent.

Anthony Somerset | Systems Engineer

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