Lost newsfeed

James Wilde james_wilde at glocalnet.com
Thu Oct 21 07:27:36 UTC 2004



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> From: inn-workers-bounce at isc.org=20
> [mailto:inn-workers-bounce at isc.org] On Behalf Of Jeffrey M.Vinocur
> Sent: Thursday, October 21, 2004 3:42 AM
> To: inn-workers at isc.orginn-workers@isc.orginn-workers at isc.org
> Subject: Re: Lost newsfeed
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> On Oct 20, 2004, at 8:29 AM, James Wilde wrote:
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> > nntpsend: [26962:26990] innxmit -a -t300 -T7500=20
> news01.ourfeed.com ...=20
> > Can't connect to news01.ourfeed.com, Bad file number
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> > This started to happen last week just after two changes.  The first=20
> > was that we moved the server to a new segment behind the firewall. =20
> > Since the outside address remained the same, I can't see=20
> that this is=20
> > the cause.  The other change was that a colleague made=20
> changes in the=20
> > dns relating to the news server, and I'm afraid that he has changed=20
> > the name and/or reverse lookup from what they originally=20
> were so that=20
> > the newsfeed is rejecting our server.
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> That's a strange error message (it's not an INN error per se, but an=20
> error from some system call that nntpsend was making).  But=20
> rather than=20
> trying to figure out exactly the bit of code involved...
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> If you try to telnet to the news01.ourfeed.com port 119 (from your=20
> server), what happens?
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> (And actually, if you're trying to figure out what the proper DNS=20
> settings are, you could probably find out most quickly by simply=20
> contacting your peer and asking.)
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> Jeffrey M. Vinocur
> jeff at litech.org
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