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static netbios cache entry

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Jul 12th, 2002
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Hello


I have two routers connected over dlsw, each router is connected to a

token ring. If i want to configure a static cache entry, which command sould

i use netbios name-cache ...........

or

dlsw icanreach netbios-name ...........


Thanks for your help


Louis



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sbales Mon, 07/15/2002 - 12:42
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NetBios Name-Caching is an older feature which was used in conjunction with RSRB

and Local Acknowledgement. The cache that DLSw+ keeps for NetBios names is a

completely different cache, optimized for DLSw+ operation. By configuring 'dlsw

icanreach netbios-name ...' on a router, it advertises to its peers via capabilities exchange

that it has a route to the NetBios station in question, thereby creating static remote entries

in each of its remote-peers. This is the configuration you will most likely want to use.

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