[CentOS-mirror] Failing IPv6 Sync

Wed May 24 15:25:58 UTC 2017
Fabian Arrotin <arrfab at centos.org>

On 24/05/17 17:11, Adam Ring wrote:
> When my server tries to sync from "2607:fad0:3404:1::10" it fails, other
> IPv6 and IPv4 addresses work fine. 
> Is anyone else have issues syncing from 2607:fad0:3404:1::10 or is it
> just me?
> Thanks,
> Adam

Thanks for the notification : our monitoring system has no issue
connecting to that node over ipv6, but it's also running from the same
continent/country (USA) that this particular host.

So I tried from another of our hosts in Europe (tested from Germany) and
I confirm an issue at the ipv6 level itself : seems there is a loop
between the involved hops.

Just to confirm : your server is located in .us, right ? (that would
explain why our geoip dns would return that ipv6 address from our .us
pool back to you)

Fabian Arrotin
The CentOS Project | http://www.centos.org
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