Cisco gurus,\n\nIs there a router setting that will prevent systems from being visible\nin the Windows 2000 Network Browser?\n\nWe've got a couple of server clusters that reside on different\nsubnets, with a couple of 3600 routers (IOS 12.0) and Catalyst 2900 XL\nswitches between them. From one subnet the servers on the other subnet\nare not visible in Network Browser. However, connectivity is not a\nproblem. The clusters can interact with each other, and if you do a\nsystem search for one of the "invisible" servers, Network Browser will\nfind it. From one subnet you can map to servers on the other subnet\nwithout any difficulty.\n\nFor customer service reasons, we'd like for all the servers to be\nvisible in the Net Browser. We've checked system settings until we're\ncross-eyed, and everything seems to be OK. We've flushed the NetBIOS\ntables, ensured system visibility (net config server /hidden:no), and\ndone everything else we can think of, up to and including a voodoo\ndance around the rack, but nothing has worked. The only other thing we\ncan think of is that it's a router setting.\n\nIs there a setting that would prevent servers on one side of a 3600\nfrom being visible to systems on the other side? If so, how do we\nchange it? My experience with routers is limited right now. I can\nconfigure basic settings, but that's about it. Any help would be\ngreatly appreciated!