Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton
lkcl at switchboard.net
Wed Sep 30 14:51:39 GMT 1998
> > "Set if this message was truncated because the
> > datagram carrying it would be greater than
> > 576 bytes in length. Use TCP to get the
> > information from the NetBIOS Name Server."
> I don't believe the MS implementations do this. Anyone see it?
never seen it: microsoft's WINSMGR.HLP documentation states that they
deliberately limit the number of dynamic entries for multi-homed and
internet-group<1c> names to 28: this is the maximum that will fit in a 576
byte UDP packet.
they do not limit the number of _static_ internet-group<1c> names that can
be manually added into a ms-WINS database.
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