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RE: Another IPX issue posted 09/28/2001
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Ademola,

	Could you send your configs?  Did you disable RIP on the ethernets?

Chuck

-----Original Message-----
From: nobody@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:nobody@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx]On Behalf Of
Ademola Osindero
Sent: Friday, September 28, 2001 3:27 AM
To: ccielab@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Another IPX issue


All,

I am working on customizing IPX service information exchange and found out 
this hitch(may be I am wrong somewhere) while trying to verify the 
difference between ipx sap-incremental eigrp <as> and ipx sap-incremental 
eigrp <as> rsup-only.

My scenario consists of  r1 and r4 with the following ipx interface
addresses

r1#sh ipx int brief
Interface            IPX 
Network        Encapsulation           Status               IPX State
Ethernet0          1            NOVELL-ETHER    up                     [up]
Loopback0        unassigned     not 
config'd            up                     n/a
Loopback1        unassigned     not 
config'd            up                     n/a
Loopback2        unassigned     not 
config'd            up                     n/a
Loopback3        unassigned     not 
config'd            up                     n/a
Serial0              10                 HDLC                    up 
            [up]
Serial1              unassigned         not 
config'd            administratively down  n/a


r4#sh ipx int brief
Interface            IPX 
Network     Encapsulation              Status               IPX State
Ethernet0           unassigned          not 
config'd            up                     n/a
Ethernet0.1        21           NOVELL-ETHER    up                     [up]
Ethernet0.2        unassigned   not 
config'd            up                     n/a
Loopback0         unassigned    not 
config'd            up                     n/a
Loopback1         unassigned    not 
config'd            up                     n/a
Loopback2         unassigned    not 
config'd            up                     n/a
Loopback9         9             UNKNOWN                 up 
    [up]
Loopback10       unassigned     not 
config'd            up                     n/a
Serial0              20                 FRAME-RELAY     up 
    [up]
Serial1              10                 HDLC                    up 
            [up]

I intend to allow only incremental sap updates on e0 and s0 on r1 and e0.1 
and s1 on r4 so I did these;

i. Enabled IPX EIGRP and included the serial and ethernet interfaces' ipx 
networks
ii. Configured ipx sap-incremental eigrp 1 on the interfaces

and the result

on r1:
1w1d: IPXSAP: positing update to 1.ffff.ffff.ffff via Ethernet0 (broadcast) 
(full)
1w1d: IPXSAP: Update type 0x2 len 160 src:1.0060.5cf3.b568 
dest:1.ffff.ffff.ffff (452)
1w1d:  type 0x7, "printsrv", 9.0000.0003.0004(453), 2 hops
1w1d:  type 0x4, "filesrv", 9.0000.0003.0003(452), 2 hops

on r4:
IPXSAP: positing update to 21.ffff.ffff.ffff via Ethernet0.1 (broadcast)
(full)
IPXSAP: Update type 0x2 len 224 src:21.0000.0c3e.2534 
dest:21.ffff.ffff.ffff(452)
  type 0x4, "route1srv", 1.0000.0001.0001(452), 1 hops
  type 0x7, "printsrv", 9.0000.0003.0004(453), 2 hops
  type 0x4, "filesrv", 9.0000.0003.0003(452), 2 hops
IPXSAP: positing update to 9.ffff.ffff.ffff via Loopback9 (broadcast) (full)
IPXSAP: Update type 0x2 len 96 src:9.0000.0001.0004
dest:9.ffff.ffff.ffff(452)
  type 0x4, "route1srv", 1.0000.0001.0001(452), 1 hops
IPXSAP: positing update to 20.ffff.ffff.ffff via Serial0 (broadcast) (full)


Full SAP updates are still been advertised on the ethernet interfaces 
although they are suppressed on the serial interfaces.

Has anyone an idea on what is wrong?  I haven't included rsup-only on my 
config yet (still battling on suppressing updates).

Thanks


Osindero Ademola
Schlumberger Network Solutions
Tel: 234 1 261 0446 Ext 3227
Fax 234 1 262 1034
email:osindero@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
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