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Using TCP/IP Extensions to Integrate Subnet Domains

Article ID: 100651

Article Last Modified on 10/31/2006

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The TCP/IP Extensions for LAN Manager address issues relating to two of the three types of broadcasts: second class mail slots, and name query frames spanning subnets to allow domain functionality.

When using the Microsoft TCP/IP Extensions with LAN Manager hub and node services to view multiple domains, make sure your node services are configured to propagate broadcasts for all appropriate domains within LANMAN.INI.


Below is an example. To put an X in the checkboxes for the types of messages you want to route through the TCP/IP hub , click on the checkbox or put the cursor in the box and press the SPACEBAR.


..Hub Name:  <NetBIOS name of the hub service.
..Hub IP Addr:  <IP address of the hub service> ex: 140 30 40 200
  Domains : <domain name, domain name>

[X] UAS  Replication
[X] Net View
[X] Logon Validation
[ ] Net Who
[ ] Net Send
[ ] Replication          User-Defined Mailslots
[ ] User-defined 1       [                                 ]
[ ] User-defined 2       [                                 ]
[ ] User-defined 3       [                                 ]

Note: In the Domains field, list the domain(s) you want this TCP/IP node to serve on the line provided.


Microsoft LAN Manager "Installation And Configuration Guide," pages 375-383

Microsoft TCP/IP Extensions for LAN Manager by Margaret K. Johnson (Volume 3, Number 29 September 1992)

Additional query words: 2.10a 2.1a 2.20 2.2 hub node

Keywords: KB100651