Greetings!

After doing a migration from NetWare to OES 2.1 on Linux a
few weeks ago, my Windows 2000 workstation are really
suffering.

Opening documents is painfully slow (60-120 seconds) and
logging in can take up to 3 minutes.

After MUCH searching, I have found this difference in the
slpinfo on all my workstations.

My XP workstations look like this:

C:\>slpinfo /d


************************************************** ***
*** Novell Client for Windows NT ***
*** Service Location Diagnostics ***
************************************************** ***

SLP Version: 4.91.3.0
SLP Start Time: 10:57:50am 9/4/2009
Last I/O: 10:06:48am 9/10/2009
Total Packets: Out: 5251 In: 653
Total Bytes: Out: 667309 In: 12786


DA IP Address Source(s) State Version Local
Interface Scope(s)
--------------- --------- ----- -------
--------------- ---------------

10.1.1.13 DHCP UP SLPV2 10.1.28.1
DEFAULT
10.1.1.14 DHCP UP SLPV2 10.1.28.1
DEFAULT


But my Windows 2000 workstations look like this:

C:\>slpinfo /d


************************************************** ***
*** Novell Client for Windows NT ***
*** Service Location Diagnostics ***
************************************************** ***

SLP Version: 4.91.0.1
SLP Start Time: 2:33:00pm 9/14/2009
Last I/O: 2:34:40pm 9/14/2009
Total Packets: Out: 55 In: 22
Total Bytes: Out: 4648 In: 1762


DA IP Address Source(s) State Version Local
Interface Scope(s)
--------------- --------- ----- -------
--------------- ---------------

10.1.1.13 DHCP NORSP ? 10.1.11.177
<unknown>
10.1.1.14 DHCP UP SLPV2 10.1.11.177
DEFAULT



The 10.1.1.13 server is the main file and print server, so
it's kinda important.

Anyone know what I can change to make the W2K users able to
see both the .13 and the .14 servers correctly?

Thanx!

-Michael