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Re: udp network trouble
In article <1991Jan29.email@example.com>
firstname.lastname@example.org (Oliver Gajek) writes:
> Every now and then (and more and more often) my XL400 (TCP/IP, no NFS)
> goes away with network traffic for 4-5 seconds. The network meters
> indicate an unusually high rate of UDP packets. How do I find the
> culprit? I assume it's some Unix box with NFS?
on our network we used to get this because of diskless UN*X boxes trying
to boot with TFTP; we have disabled the TFTP service for this reason,
and don't seem to suffer as much now.
However, we still get hit with broadcast packets; there is no solution
(?) to this if they're originating on the same subnet as the LISPMs.
If it's a different one, then you can always put in a gateway.