I did this for centos, but I'm sure its usable on anything that uses yum.
create a new file for dag repo in /etc/yum.repos.d called dag.repo
Find your local ISP mirror. I think both pacificnet and optus does mirrors. Here is what the file should look like.
name=Dag RPM Repository for Red Hat Enterprise Linux
After creating this file, you can run the following commands to complete the update.
# export http_proxy=http://proxy:port[dag]
# yum update
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