i'm having problems with network neighborhood browsing over my wan. it was suggested that i forward udp 137 and 138 via 'ip forward-protocol udp 137' and '138'.
Unfortunately, when i do a 'show run' on the 7206 and the 2620, i don't see this statement anywhere. i don't know if it's because it didn't take or this command isn't really supported on those routers.
On 2620 subinterface, I have and ip-helper address configured to send dhcp to remote dhcp server.
I don't have directed-broadcast enabled - still not sure why i would need it.
pc's on local network, but separate vlan than dhcp and wins browse fine, once those pc's are moved to remote network pc-2950-2620-t1-7206-6509-serverVlan they get an immediate error msg. when attempting to browse the network via net. nieghborhood
i just added port 139 and it did show up in the 'show run'
Do you have a WINS server on each subnet and configured on PCs?
If not, then windows networking is broadcast traffic and ip-helper forwards the protocols allowed by the forward-protocol command. If you have ip-helped configured for the DHCP server then these broadcasts are going to sent to the DHCP server as unicast packets.
You might need to setup a ip-helper pointing to remote network IP subnet broadcast address. This is a directed broadcast which needs to be enabled on the router interfaces.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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