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From: Trevor Osatchuk (Trevor.Osatchukpscl.com)
Date: Wed Oct 03 2001 - 11:41:47 CDT
I have a bit of a problem. I have a client site that has split up it's
network and as a result has put a router in between two Tru64 UNIX database
servers that we had running there. These servers are running a proprietary
database and need to synch-up to start a mirroring process. The IT
department on site is responsible for configuring the router, a Cisco 1700
series with IOS version 11.2.(this was given to me by the IT person on site)
I don't have any experience with this device and appently neither does their
IT department. Here is the broadcast message(s) sent by one of the servers:
10:34:27.352336 lsldb1.lsl-license > 172.22.131.255.lsl-license: udp 110
10:35:08.449936 lsldb1.lsl-master > 172.22.131.255.lsl-master: udp 32
10:35:08.449936 lsldb1.lsl-master > 172.22.131.255.lsl-mirror: udp 32
I need to forward this message across the router and back the other way so
that these servers can find each other.(the mirror also sends broadcast
messages on the same udp ports) How can I forward these broadcast messages
either to entire network on the other side or to a specific IP?
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