Re: Network Problem
This is due to tcp wrappers on the ftp server of ftp.debian.org. In
the /etc/hosts.deny they probably had the line 'ALL: PARANOID'.
This will disconnect hosts with name/address discrepencies. For
instance, you connect as 'myhost.ml.org'. ftp.debian.org looks up the
address for 'myhost.ml.org' and finds that IP aaa.bbb.ccc.ddd is
assigned to 'myhost.myisp.net'. Since 'myhost.ml.org' !=
'myhost.myisp.net' you get disconnected.
dpk <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Network Administrator | work: 353.4844
Division of Engineering Computing Services | page: 222.5875
On Fri, 1 May 1998, Michael Acklin wrote:
> Well I got the basic hamm from disks working fine last night. But when i
> started to download the rest of the packages from ftp.debian.org, I got a
> "Connection Refused" message or something similar.
> I really believe this is being caused by a reverse lookup or lookup from
> ftp.debian.org. I can log onto other ftp sites, ie sunsite, without any
> problems. But would rather download the packages via Debian.
> A little background, may help with my question. I am running on a PPP
> connection and connect up to my local ISP. I have been assigned a static
> IP. The address goes something like "aux-xxx-xx-xxx.myisp.net". I have
> since changed that address via the magic of Monolith to "something.ml.org",
> which has propagated for over a month now. I have placed in the "hostnames"
> the ml.org address.
> The other day, I had lost my static IP from my ISP and was being assigned
> a Dynamic IP address. And I could log onto ftp.debian.org with no problem
> at all.
> My question is, has anyone else seen this happen before? And if so, how do
> I fix it so I can log onto ftp.debian.org? If not, what am I doing that is
> different from a Static IP to a Dynamic IP to have debian.org let me on?
> And what do I need to do with my network files to get this to work?
> When I was running bo, I had the same problem, but I just got the files
> off sunsite so was not a big deal, but now with hamm, sunsite doesn't have
> the "Package" files up to date and I was wanting to get my system back up.
> Thanks for any help.
To UNSUBSCRIBE, email to email@example.com
with a subject of "unsubscribe". Trouble? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org