I was discussing this topic first under DNS then communications and have
been advised to bring it to clients as I also feel now that it's a
client issue...

The earlier postings on this can be found here on :'Communications
Discussion Forum'
(http://www.ndsengineers.com/showthre...=203171&page=3)

In brief, My OS is Netware 5.1 SP8, built from overlay. I have SLP DA's
configured and pushed via Netware's DHCP server.

Problem: Windows 98 Client picks up the SLP DA right away when given
the slpinfo /d command . Windows 98 Netware Client is Version 3.40.0.0

Windows 2000 using netware client v 4.90SP2 and 4.91Sp1 seems to take
almost 20-30 minutes before replying with SLP DA state as UP and
ACTIVE.

What could be the problem.
PS: Both Windows 98 and 2000 clients on the same segment of my
network.
The problem remains the same on Windows 2000/XP platforms even if I
hardcode info into the netware client and disable SLP DHCP discovery
setting.

slpinfo /d output from Windows 98 machine:

A:\>slpinfo /d

NetWare 5 Service Location Protocol for DOS/Win3.x/Win9x v3.20
(020801)
Copyright 1997-1999 Novell, Inc. All Rights Reserved.


DA IP Address Source(s) State Local Interface
-------------------------------------------------------------
10.245.220. 11 Discovered UP 10.245.220.52
Scope = DEFAULT
10.245.220. 10 Discovered UP 10.245.220.52
Scope = DEFAULT

The following line is not an error:
Module C:\NOVELL\CLIENT32\SRVLOC.NLM did not remain resident.
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

On Windows 2000 machines:

***********************
Novell Client for Windows NT
***********************
SLP Version 1.0

DA IP ADDRESS | Source(s) | State | Local Interface | Scope(s)

10.245.220.10 DHCP NORSP 10.245.220.54 <unknown>
10.245.220.11 DHCP NORSP 10.245.220.54 <unknown>

...where 10.245.220.54 is the IP of the client achieved from DHCP.
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

What could be the issue on my 2000/xp clients ??


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