Our SLP DA is running on OES 2 Linux. It appears to be fine. Most of our servers are multi-homed and are reporting their secondary IP to SLP rather than their correct primary IP. We've followed TID 7006290. Also, on Netware servers, we have excluded the secondary IP (Monitor->server parameters->Service location protocol). On OES Linux boxes, we have net.slp.interfaces specified in /etc/slp.conf with the correct primary IP (net.slp.interfaces =

What else could be causing our servers to report their secondary addresses to SLP? This is causing some slowness because some clients are trying to attach to this secondary IP (which they can't). Our firewall is being flooded with requests for secondary network IPs from clients.

Thanks for any help!