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Ghost norton in 3500 switch

Hi Guys,

Please help to configure my norton ghost ony 3500 switch.

Thanks,

Jong

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Re: Ghost norton in 3500 switch

whatever your routed interface is (ie your default gateway) will probably need multicast turned on and ip pim sparse-dense mode enabled on the interface.

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Re: Ghost norton in 3500 switch

I believe Norton Ghost uses multicast in pushing images to the hosts, so in a nutshell enable ip multicast routing and enable pim on all L3 interfaces.

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Re: Ghost norton in 3500 switch

thanks for the info, i think my 3500xl switch doenst have ip multicast routing command. is there a way to use it for ghosting?

Re: Ghost norton in 3500 switch

then just put both the ghost server and client in the same vlan, that should work. and yes, 3500xl is strictly a layer 2 device, I mistaknely assume that you were referring to 3550.

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Re: Ghost norton in 3500 switch

Ok ill try it.

Thank you very much.

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Re: Ghost norton in 3500 switch

whatever your routed interface is (ie your default gateway) will probably need multicast turned on and ip pim sparse-dense mode enabled on the interface.

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Re: Ghost norton in 3500 switch

thanks guys. its now working. Actually i just created a vlan and i removed the ip-adress and helper on the configuration and it works

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