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Re: remote sites

In article <VA.00000018.018fd325@ainsworthnospam.com>, Andy Konecny
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> via SLP which does not automatically flow over
> routers (either tell the routers the right helper addressing
>

I think you mean enable multicast on the routers? Helper address is for DHCP.

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Re: remote sites

In article <VA.00001ce0.14cef78e@nscsysops.net>, Brad Doster wrote:
> I think you mean enable multicast on the routers? Helper address is


> for DHCP.
>

Yes and no
'helper address' is still how those Cisco people think of for enabling

multicast (at least for the ones I argue with).


Andy Konecny
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Re: remote sites

In article <VA.00000022.00ee1a17@ainsworthnospam.com>, Andy Konecny
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> 'helper address' is still how those Cisco people think of for

enabling
> multicast (at least for the ones I argue with).
>

Hmmm... sounds like an odd crowd to me. 🙂

bd
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Re: remote sites

In article <VA.00001d0a.2c2331f0@nscsysops.net>, Brad Doster wrote:
> Hmmm... sounds like an odd crowd to me. 🙂
>

An understatement. They think that there is little value in protocol

analyzers any more since all 'those' stats are available through any good managed switch. Yup, odd, and I won't even get into some of
their extreme hobbies.......


Andy Konecny
Ainsworth Inc. in Toronto
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Re: remote sites

In article <VA.00000026.00b45630@ainsworthnospam.com>, Andy Konecny
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> Yup, odd, and I won't even get into some of
> their extreme hobbies.......
>

Right, this is a public forum <g>.

bd
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Re: remote sites

In article <VA.00001d1b.314927dd@nscsysops.net>, Brad Doster wrote:
> Right, this is a public forum <g>.
>

For the most part I could post, just didn't want delve into the
extremes lest I get sucked into them (I just don't have the time for that much fun) nor do I want to cause that much thread drift.


Andy Konecny
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Re: remote sites

Gotcha! Thanks for sparing us (and yourself).

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