[SunHELP] Seeding for apple network
sunhelp at sunhelp.org
Wed Aug 8 16:51:15 CDT 2001
>You only need to seed if you are going to have zones.
We seem to need a zone for some old Mac software component,
which is I think originally from M$. To be exact the
"laser writer bridge" software to have the ethernet network
and the laser printer accessible at the same time.
>You have an alternative if you have the Mac Server Software.
>That could seed too (though I never have done it that way).
>If you have a Cisco router you can use the IOS versions that
>support Appletalk to seed the net. If you need such an IOS I
This is what we had for some time, but is not a desired option.
>I have seen snippets of support for Appletalk (ethertalk
>actually) under Linux. Perhaps a Linuxboxen could seed. I
>have never played with Apple under linux, so no idea of its
Well, I might finally turn one of the suns into a linuxbox,
if nothing comes up for Solaris.
>(my large scale Mac networking days preceeded my Linux days).
My large scale Mac networking days I have planned for an other
live ... not to soon ...
# Wolfgang Engelien
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