Re: Network Browsing across VLAN's on 6500 switch [7:100169] posted 06/10/2005
- Subject: Re: Network Browsing across VLAN's on 6500 switch [7:100169]
- From: "Neteng" <neteng.ccie@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 10 Jun 2005 11:30:00 -0400
We do not run WINS and have 5000 users across hundreds of subnets, spanning
multiple sites and I can browse via Network Neighborhood, login, and see all
the domains just fine. Must be FM :-)
wrote in message
> Quoting Neteng :
> > You do not need WINS anymore, NetBIOS will run directly over TCP/IP.
> It's not necessarily about whether NETBIOS runs over TCP/IP or not.
> You would still need WINS for the "Network Neighborhood" to function.
> hosts discover each other via Broadcast or WINS, because it's the
> netbios name (Not the FQDN DNS name.) that shows up in the network
> This has little to do with DNS or authentication. Just the silly "Network
> Neighboorhood" function.
> Also, Windows 2k does not use 445 for DNS, it uses the RFC compliant port
> TCP 445 Is used for *NATIVE* CIFS/SMB *WITHOUT* NETBIOS encapsulation.
> are running NETBIOS over TCP/IP then you'll see the gaggle or RPC ports
> > ""Kern, Tom"" wrote in message
> > news:200506091959.j59Jxcbx015199@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> > > In windows you still need netbios even with all win2k/xp clients-
> > > browsing is one service that uses netbios.
> > > Exchange System Manager does as well if you're running Exchange 2k/2k3
> > >
> > >
> > > v- man wrote:
> > > > Smith, Steve B wrote:
> > > >>
> > > >> Oh yeah, make sure if you have a big network you have a wins server
> > > >> set up. We added that, placed it in the dhcp pool and things where
> > > >> better.
> > > >>
> > > >
> > > > We just retired our WINS. We're purely XP and 2003 so I don't see
> > > > we
> > > > would need it. Our DHCP server was handing out peer to peer as node
> > > > type. We changed it to hybrid and I hope that solves it. SO far so
> > > > good. We can
> > > > already see more workstations.
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