Sorry, i replied directly to Alain... reposting to the list:
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Date: Fri, 29 Apr 2005 14:49:36 +0200
From: Matteo Balduzzi <matteo.balduzzi(a)polimi.it>
To: Alain Knaff <alain(a)knaff.lu>
Subject: Re: [Udpcast] Udpcast and Vlans
On Fri, 29 Apr 2005 13:41:10 +0200
Alain Knaff <alain(a)knaff.lu> wrote:
> On Friday 29 April 2005 10:15, Matteo Balduzzi wrote:
> > Hi everybody, i'm using udpcast successfully since last year to
> > deploy windows partitions in our university.
> > The classrooms i manage are in different vlans, so now i store the
> > partition images on many server inside every single vlan.
> > What i'd like to do now is to have a single server with vlan support
> > on its nic to do all the job. Well this seems not to work :-(
> > I mean: i can start the udpcast session, i see the clients
> > connetting,
> > i start sending data (which arrives to the clients) but it
> > seems that the replies get lost somewhere... i get for every single
> > client a "Timeout notAnswered ... notReady".
> > The net guys here say that the net is correctly configured...
> > Finally: i'm doing something wrong? Does udpcast work on vlans (oh,
> > i'm using version 2005-02-26)? Experiences?
> > Ciao, Matteo
> Could you run a "tcpdump -ni <vlanIf> port 9000 or port 9001" on the
> vlan interface on the sender, and tell me whether you see any reply
> received from the clients?
Attached is an extract of a "tcpdump -ni eth0.735 port 9000", where
10.160.66.248 is the sender and 10.160.66.45 10.160.66.95 are the
receivers. It seems good to me... or not?
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