I was wondering if anyone out there has an answer on where to look, or
possibly what to do to get this issue fixed.
Currently we're running CNR 184.108.40.206 and are moving to 6.3.21.
In the old version, we had to run a cli command to add options
78 and 79 for our Novell SLP options. We could then add them
to DHCP policies and enter the SLP_DA_SERVER and SLP_SCOPE
as HEX values. The options themselves were listed as (unsigned 8-bit list).
There was an issue at first, but once a "80,04" was appended to
the SLP_DA_SERVER's hex address, things worked.
When I installed the new version (220.127.116.11), Cisco appeared to include
options 78 and 79 to the install.
The issue here is both of the options are there, and each has suboptions.
78 = slp-directory-agent (binary (AT_BLOB))
0 mandatory (unsigned 8-bit (AT_INT8))
0 agent-ip-list (IP address (AT_IPADDR)
79 = slp-service-scope (binary (AT_BLOB)
0 mandatory (unsigned 8-bit (AT_INTR8))
0 slp-scope-list (string (ATNSTRING))
I've been looking for documentation on how to go about using these options
or changing them if needed.
When in the policies section and you select add option
and select "slp-directory-agent* (binary)" I'm not sure what to
enter in the "value" box. I've tried the hex value as used in the old
CNR, I've tried the IP address and still nothing.
Does the values need to be entered in special way so as all three
values are met?
Any help on this would be greatly appreciated. Once I can get
this issue squared away, the sooner I can move into the new way
they did fail-over, and get this into production.