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Year 2 - Chapter 7/Cisco 3 -Module 7 Novell IPX. By Carl Marandola, CCAI-CCNA. Objectives. Explain how Cisco routers are used in NetWare networks Describe the Novell NetWare protocol suite Describe Novell IPX addressing Describe Novell encapsulation Explain how Novell uses RIP for routing

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objectives
Objectives
  • Explain how Cisco routers are used in NetWare networks
  • Describe the Novell NetWare protocol suite
  • Describe Novell IPX addressing
  • Describe Novell encapsulation
  • Explain how Novell uses RIP for routing
  • Describe Service Advertising Protocol
  • Configure both the router Ethernet and serial interfaces with IPX addresses
  • Describe how to discover IPX addresses on remote routers
  • Describe how to verify IPX operation and connectivity between routers
  • Explain troubleshooting in IPX operations
novell protocols
Novell Protocols
  • Novell Netware is a proprietary suite of protocols and includes the following:
    • IPX, a connectionless Layer 3 protocol, that does not require an acknowledgment for each packet and defines the network and node addresses
    • Novell Routing Information Protocol (RIP), which is different from IP RIP, to facilitate the exchange of routing information
    • Service Advertising Protocol (SAP) to advertise network services
    • NetWare Core Protocol (NCP) to provide client-to-server connections and applications
    • Sequenced Packet Exchange (SPX) service for Layer 4 connection-oriented services
ipx characteristics
IPX Characteristics
  • It is used exclusively in a client/server environment.
  • It uses the network.node IPX addressing structure.
  • Its logical address contains an interface MAC address.
  • IPX interface configuration supports multiple data-link encapsulations (to support outdated IOS applications).
  • Novell RIP uses the distance-vector metrics of ticks and then hops.
  • Service Advertisement Protocol (SAP) and Get Nearest Server (GNS) broadcasts connect clients and servers.
ipx addressing
IPX Addressing

The recommended way to get a Novell network address is to ask the network administrator.

If you cannot get the address from the network administrator, you can get the IPX address directly from a neighbor router.

Telnet to the neighbor router and use the show protocols or show ipx interface command.

service advertising protocol sap
Service Advertising Protocol (SAP)

Each SAP service is identified by a number:

Number SAP Service4 NetWare file server7 Print server24 Remote bridge server (router)

novell ipx configuration tasks
Novell IPX Configuration Tasks
  • Novell IPX Global Configuration
  • Assigning IPX Network Numbers to Interfaces
  • Verifying IPX Operation
the show ipx servers command
The show ipx servers Command

Syntax:show ipx servers [ sorted [name | net | type ]]

the ipx ping commands
The IPX ping Commands

Lab-X#ping ipx 91.bbbb.bbbb.bbbb

Translating "91.bbbb.bbbb.bbbb"

Type escape sequence to abort.

Sending 5, 100-byte IPX Novell Echoes to 91.bbbb.bbbb.bbbb, timeout is 2 seconds:

!!!!!

Success rate is 100 percent (5/5), round-trip min/avg/max = 72/78/104 ms

Lab-X#

Lab-X#ping

Protocol [ip]: ipx

Target IPX address: 91.bbbb.bbbb.bbbb

Repeat count [5]: 7

Datagram size [100]:

Timeout in seconds [2]:

Verbose [n]:

Type escape sequence to abort.

Sending 7, 100-byte IPX Novell Echoes to 91.bbbb.bbbb.bbbb, timeout is 2 seconds:

!!!!!!!

Success rate is 100 percent (7/7), round-trip min/avg/max = 64/70/88 ms

Lab-X#