DABDAI kirjoitti 9.11.2017 klo 22.00: > Hi!, > We've prepared and set up a mirror for CentOS here at the IPN > University. The relevant data next: > HTTP: http://mirror.cenac.ipn.mx/centos > RSYNC: rsync://mirror.cenac.ipn.mx/centos > FTP: N/A > Sync frequency: hourly > Located at: Nueva Industrial Vallejo/CDMX/México > BandWwidth: DOWN +/- 367.42 Mbps UP +/- 458.46 Mbps > Sponsor organization: IPN (Instituto Politecnico Nacional) - > http://www.ipn.mx > Let me know if you need some more info and when our mirror is finally > plublished. > Thanks! Hi, I have now added 18.104.22.168 to the ACL so you can now sync directly from rsync://us-msync.centos.org/CentOS/ I also set dabdai at ipn.mx as the contact email address for this mirror. I'm afraid there are some problems with the rsync service: $ rsync rsync://mirror.cenac.ipn.mx/centos/ rsync: failed to connect to mirror.cenac.ipn.mx (22.214.171.124): Connection timed out (110) rsync error: error in socket IO (code 10) at clientserver.c(122) [Receiver=3.0.9] Although not a blocker, I had problems accessing IPN's website, possibly due to DNS problems. Both http://dnsviz.net/d/www.ipn.mx/dnssec/ and http://dnssec-debugger.verisignlabs.com/www.ipn.mx show some oddities. In addition: $ dig @dns2.ipn.mx www.ipn.mx (waits a few seconds) dig: couldn't get address for 'dns2.ipn.mx': not found It might be a good idea to verify that your DNS is set up correctly, preferably by testing the DNS setup from outside your own network.