DNF times out on curl through NAT

asked 2016-08-27 13:49:07 -0500

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My Fedora 24 servers can update a long as they are on the public network. They cannot curl from mirrors.fedoraproject.org , once they are moved behind my NAT into our private address space lab (ten-net). DNS works perfectly within the private network, and I have ubuntu machines that can do apt-gets with no problem, and nslookup works fine on the ten-net. It looks like the NAT (simple IP chains NAT) is breaking dnf updates. I was wondering if anyone else is having similar problems.

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Welcome to ask.fedora. Can these servers resolve DNS and reach other places on the Internet? Can you download files from the repos by curl if you invoke it from the command line? If not, can you get files from other sites that way? I can't tell at this stage what might be wrong, but I do know that these tests will help narrow the possibilities down.

sideburns gravatar imagesideburns ( 2016-08-27 16:05:37 -0500 )edit