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Latest post 11-29-2010 4:03 PM by debd. 1 replies.
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  • 05-06-2009 4:32 PM

    ip forward-protocol nd


    I've tried to dig on website about this but all information leads to "ip forward-protocol udp" which helps the dhcp process (in-short). While I'm actually looking the proper explanation for "ip forward-protocol nd" I only got that parameter "nd" is used for old SUN network disk which I have no idea whether that still in use in current civilization. What is this command for and what is exactly Sun network disk?



    David Sudjiman

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  • 11-29-2010 4:03 PM In reply to

    Re: ip forward-protocol nd

    Did anyone ever answer you?  I see you posted also at a Cisco forum and got a response that didn't really answer the question.  ;o)  I was looking for the same answer, what is ip protocol-forward nd, and find only you...  Smile





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