For what it's worth, I think I'm having the same problem you are. I'm basically able to resolve it by having a local Linux box running smcroute (http://www.cschill.de/smcroute/), though that's obviously not the most elegant solution.
Hi, the reason the service is busy is because it is being utilized. If you navigate to Security -> TCP/UDP Services you'll notice the port 123 as an active service on the UDP section.
I guess the solution would be to disable UDP on the switch but the next question is how?
I'm trying to figure it out now.
Edit- I can't see a way to make the UDP 123 go away but I had a thought. Perhaps use DHCP option 4 within the switch DHCP server. Of course this may have other unwanted implications but I do not see a work around.
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