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Netware IP services accross Frame Relay

We currently have two site connected together via Frame Relay (2500 routers). We installed Netware 6 pure IP (No IPX) Server/Tree at one location. When we try to install a Netware 6 server at the second location I am not able see the Netware Tree. Is there a way I can route the Netware IP information at site one to site two?

Thanks

CW

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Re: Netware IP services accross Frame Relay

Have you ensured that IP connectivity between the sites is functioning?

Have you ensured that IP address/Subnet Mask/default gateway is setup properly on your Netware servers?

Where you previously doing IP on your frame relay network? If not, do you have the appropriate frame relay map statements in your router configs?

Hope this helps,

Don

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Re: Netware IP services accross Frame Relay

Yes, IP is working, I can ping the server at site one from site two. We also have slp running on the server is site one and clients can log into the server from site two? Any other suggestions? Thanks

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Re: Netware IP services accross Frame Relay

If IP is good, which it seems like it is, I would try what sholiver has recommended.

Hope this helps,

Don

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Re: Netware IP services accross Frame Relay

You could try to set up on the Netware servers

the Service location Protocol (SLP) and the directory agent process.

otherwise you could enable multicast or failing that if you don't mind flooding your links you could use

Router(config-if)# ip helper-address

Router(config)# ip forward-protocol udp 427

Router(config)# ip forward-protocol udp 524

Router(config)# ip forward-protocol udp ntp

Router(config)# ip forward-protocol udp 2645

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