We have the IP-helper statements on our VLAN interfaces of the 4507 core, configured for DHCP; our "dhcp" server is also our DNS/active directory server. Also in our global config, we have "no ip forward-protocol udp netbios-ns" and
"no ip forward-protocol udp netbios-dgm" configured. My question is, when there is a netbios request sent (to broadcast from a client) to find an internal server, and these "no ip forward-protocol" statements are in there....where does this packet get sent? or is it just dropped?
And could these statements (being in our config) be causing some of the response time issues when clients are trying to reach these (named) servers? Thanks for any help.
So if our internal clients are trying to find shares on named servers, those packets being sent will be dropped....
Perhaps this is the reason why there is such a "lag" in trying to connect to these servers? These packets are sent and dropped, but perhaps other packets (on different UDP ports) are attmepted, and a successful match is made? I'm thinking we may have to take those commands out of the globabl config.
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