What is the range of IP for installrepo.kaltura.org ? 216.137.41.229 216.137.41.106


#1

Hi,

Our server in DMZ and we need to add IP source rule. What is the range of IP for installrepo.kaltura.org ? subnet bit?

http://installrepo.kaltura.org/releases/kaltura-release.noarch.rpm

dwytvd8r4kmwo.cloudfront.net [216.137.41.229]
216.137.41.229
216.137.41.106

Firewall rule
Source IP:

Thanks,
Dmitri


#2

Hi @astrava,

As you can see, installrepo.kaltura.org is an AWS CloudFront endpoint. We do not control the CF edges, obviously so I cannot provide you with an IP range I can commit to.
If you must, you can use the origin sever which is http://installrepo.origin.kaltura.org. Naturally, you won’t get as good a transfer rate but it shouldn’t be too bad either.


#3

Hi

I wonder what is the difference between two? <7Server> and <7> Thanks.

http://installrepo.kaltura.org/releases/13.16.0/7Server/
http://installrepo.kaltura.org/releases/13.16.0/7/


#4

Hi @astrava,

No difference whatsoever:) One is a symlink to the other. This is because we need to support both CentOS and RHEL. In CentOS, $releasever is set to the distro major release version only [i.e: 6, 7 and one day 8] whereas in RHEL it is set to the version number suffixed with ‘Server’ [6Server, 7Server].

Since we need this:

baseurl = http://installrepo.origin.kaltura.org/releases/nightly/$releasever/RPMS/$basearch/

To work with both, we have symlinks.


#5

Hi Jess,
Is there a way to download tar rpm archive to local directory and upgrade locally? What version is stable release? Thank you for your help.
Dmitri


#6

Hi @astrava,

See https://github.com/kaltura/platform-install-packages/blob/Mercury-13.20.0/doc/deploy-local-rpm-repo-offline-install.md.

Current stable is 13.19.0. http://installrepo.origin.kaltura.org/releases/latest always points to the latest stable version.
You can also always check here: https://forum.kaltura.org/c/new-release-updates for the latest [and past] release announcement.