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New Mexico MLS no longer supporting TLS 1.0 and 1.1 protocols

asked 2022-04-19 18:41:21 -0600

Hi Team,

We received the following email from New Mexico MLS, "As previously communicated Paragon's RETS server will no longer support the deprecated TLS 1.0 and 1.1 protocols. *NOTE: We are past the implementation date previously communicated but we are giving one final reminder of this change. If you have not communicated to your RETS vendors please do so immediately.

Going forward, TLS 1.2 must be used whenever a secure connection is needed. This is part of our ongoing effort to ensure that we stay current with the industry's best practices.

There should be no impact to data feeds. Vendors processing data from RETS over a secure connection must be notified of the requirement to use TLS 1.2. It will be their responsibility to ensure that their tools are up to date and support the latest security protocols. TLS 1.2 has been available since August of 2008, and is supported by all modern web and RETS clients.

What is TLS? TLS is the internet protocol responsible for securing data, while in transit, between RETS and its client. It's the same security protocol used throughout the internet to secure sensitive websites and private activities, such as online banking and e-commerce. It's the "s" in any web address that begins with https://."

However when testing the URL we have access to, but adding an s to http, we receive a connection error. The MLS was not able to provide the URL we should be using. Can you please verify the URL we should be using moving forward?

Thank you,


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answered 2022-04-20 07:34:28 -0600

Domain was disabled and is no longer valid.

The correct RETS URL to use for RANM is:
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Thank you, We'll try it out and let you know if we come across any questions.

Clear Capital gravatar imageClear Capital ( 2022-04-20 10:11:19 -0600 )edit
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