For some reason my iptables are causing problems for yum. Even more stranger, when I run “iptables -F” to flush the chain, it disconnects me and refuses connection on any port from any ip address. After a force reboot from the control panel, then it allows me to reconnect.
Chain INPUT (policy DROP) ACCEPT TCP DPT:80 ACCEPT TCP DPT:21
Chain FORWARD (policy DROP)
Chain OUTPUT (policy ACCEPT)
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