We've got a WAN of Cisco routers that connects 26 Netware 3.12 servers.
The servers are Compaq Proliant 1000/1500s; the Ciscos are 25xx models
running 11.1.6 or better; we're using IPX EIGRP to limit SAPs between
Occasionally (once/week), one of the servers stops sending SAPs on its
Ethernet. When we use track to see what it is doing, it is continuously
SAPing the INTERNAL network (like, *whoosh* on the track display, if you
know what I mean). It is still responding to GNS & route requests, so
the local users are fine, but no one can attach from across the WAN --
so mail doesn't get distributed, etc.
This never happened before we replaced our LAN2LAN network with Cisco
routers. We've heard thir*th-hand reports that this is a well-known
problem but can't find anything about it (TID 2906058 is the right
symptom but that's about all). Anybody got any advice?
Signed - still muddled in minnesota