Hi guys,

I have an OES on Linux test server that is in it's own tree.

It's now on a sequestered network so it doesn't bother the lusers.

Server seems to work fine and it has one Reiser drive as root and an NSS
volume on another drive.

When it was initially set up, it was on a common lan and I had no trouble
logging in to both trees.

Now it's on its own, the only way I can 'find' the tree is to use the IP
address of the server instead of the tree name.

On NW this is usually associated with SLP issues, but I'm not clued on how
to achieve that with OESLinux alone.

It's not a show stopper, but I'm not sure what I need to do to make it work.
At install, I told it to use multicast but despite toggling things on and
off in the client relative to this, it doesn't see the tree unless I use the
IP address.

What have I done wrong/not done?



Geoff Roberts
Computer Systems Manager
Saint Mark's College
Port Pirie, South Australia
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