NOD32 Update

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by HOTNET, May 23, 2006.

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  1. HOTNET

    HOTNET Registered Member

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    I have NOD32 installed on an Email server, the update program now returns a message
    checking remote update packages at temp.eset.com... failed
    error: host not found
    The update was working fine using server=www.nod32.com untill end of Jan 2006.
    Is there a new update server?
     
  2. alglove

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    Where are you getting your list of servers? Neither one of those is in my list. Go to NOD32 Control Panel --> Update --> Update --> Setup --> Server and list all the servers shown in the combo box.
     
  3. Brian N

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    If it's saying 1.1554 (20060523) you are good to go.
     
  4. HOTNET

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    This is the version number, and it is not current.

    green# more nod32.ver
    #Tento subor je potrebny pre spravnu funkciu automatickej aktualzacie NOD32
    #Nemente udaje obsiahnute v tomto subore
    [info]
    language=english
    platform=FreeBSD
    version=1.1371
    build=4571
    mod_build=4566
    app_build=1000
     
  5. alglove

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    Ohhhh, so your version of NOD32 is for FreeBSD Mail Server? That may explain the difference. We were under the assumption that you were using the version for Windows.

    I cannot ping temp.eset.com , so that server is probably no longer there. What happens if you go back to www.nod32.com or www.eset.com ?

    Here are the update servers listed in my Windows version. Maybe you can try these, as well:

    u2.eset.com
    u3.eset.com
    u4.eset.com
    82.165.250.33
    82.165.237.14
    u7.eset.com
    u8.eset.com

    I seem to recall seeing others on my computer at work, but this should give you a place to start.
     
  6. HOTNET

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    Thanks,

    I have tried all in the list, but still get the same message.
     
  7. Marcos

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    What parameters do you use when running nod32umc to download updates?
     
  8. HOTNET

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    copy of update file.
    ###
    ### If you want to download updates from other than the default
    ### server (www.nod32.com), uncomment and edit the following
    ### line.
    ###

    server=www.nod32.com

    ###
     
  9. Marcos

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    I meant whether running "nod32umc -s www.nod32.com -a [authentication_file] [mirror_folder]" doesn't make a difference.
     
  10. stevenestrada

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    When I looked last night - yes.
    There's a redirect on the www.nod32.com update webpage
    See post https://www.wilderssecurity.com/showpost.php?p=759102

    Inserted this in /etc/hosts for temp fix:

    Code:
    194.213.194.29  www.nod32.com
    Can't leave it there too long cause eset IPs change often.
    Email to tech support hasn't gotten a reply yet.
     
  11. webyourbusiness

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    understatement of the year - I've never seen some many changes in IP addresses for a domain as I have with nod32.com!
     
  12. HOTNET

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    Hi, this issue is still unresolved.

    green# ./update
    checking remote update packages at www.nod32.com... failed
    error: object not found
    NOD32 Command-line update system
    Copyright (c) 2001 ESET s. r. o.

    Searching for current version...
    Browsing the update files...

    Return value 1:
    Current version of NOD32 system installed
     
  13. NOD32 user

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    What happened when you tried as Marcos suggested above?
     
  14. Marcos

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    How can nod32umc be from year 2001 ? You must be using a very obsolete version of it.
     
  15. HOTNET

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    What happened when you tried as Marcos suggested above?
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    Originally Posted by Marcos
    I meant whether running "nod32umc -s www.nod32.com -a [authentication_file] [mirror_folder]" doesn't make a difference.

    result

    ./nod32umc -s www.nod32.com -a nod32.auth mirror
    checking remote update packages at www.nod32.com... failed
    error: object not found
     
  16. NOD32 user

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    OK... is it possible for you to update your nod32umc?
    Download the current version for your platform and see if works using that? -->HERE<--
     
  17. Marcos

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    Yep, nod32umc for NOD32 1 cannot work to download updates for v2.
     
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