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discovery of IPX network number

Is there a way to discover what IPX network number is being used on a lan segment from a cisco router?

Frank

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Re: discovery of IPX network number

Yes, force traffic (eg clear ipx route) and debug ipx routing and/or debug ipx packet.

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Re: discovery of IPX network number

That doesn't seem to be working. I've configured the router ethernet interface with IPX network 1, just to get IPX enabled for the interface. I turned on debug ipx all and issued a clear ipx route * and didn't pick up anything that would indicate the IPX network number on the interface.

Thanks,

Frank

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Re: discovery of IPX network number

Yes, use:

If you have interface Ethernet 0, then

conf t

ipx routing

int e0.1

ipx network 1 enc novell-ether

int e0.2

ipx network 2 enc arpa

int e0.3

ipx network 3 enc snap

int e0.4

ipx network 4 enc sap

then,

debug ipx packet

and you watch the debug information when appears traffic from some interface e0.1,e0.2, e0.3 or e0.4. then if appears in e0.3 the encapsulation is SNAP and the NETWORK is here.

Alfredo

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