[CentOS-mirror] Can't pull from msync.centos.org

Thu Jan 9 16:30:09 UTC 2020
Rich Greenwood <rgreenwood at shastacoe.org>

On Thu, Jan 9, 2020 at 4:00 AM <centos-mirror-request at centos.org> wrote:

> On 07/01/2020 17:34, Rich Greenwood wrote:
> > My mirror at mirror.shastacoe.net <http://mirror.shastacoe.net> can't
> > pull from msync.centos.org <http://msync.centos.org>.  I'm still syncing
> > to another mirror.  https://mirror-status.centos.org/ shows it all green
> > with a last probe of 'renewed'.  Did I miss something?
> > --Rich
> That sounds like a mismatch somewhere between authorized IP and the one
> you're using to pull from.
> In your request (and that's also the A record for mirror.shastacoe.net),
> you mentioned and it's clearly in the ACL.
> Are you sure you don't have IPv6 on that host ? as rsync would try first
> with IPv6 (if not called with "-4" parameter to force ipv4 connection).
> If you have IPv6, even better ; welcome to 21st century :)   .. so just
> push AAAA record for your mirror and let us know so that your IPv6
> address would enter the DB and so be authorized in the ACL too

 My bad.  I only changed the hostname from the mirror I was using to
msync.centos.org, but I didn't change the module from centos to CentOS.
It's working now.

 IPv6 is high on my list, I have it at my brdr, but haven't brought it in
yet.  Unfortunately, things keep getting inserted above it on  my list.
I'll let you know.  Thanks.

Rich Greenwood
Network Engineer
Shasta County Office of Education
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