Testing SLP Availability
A quick one from me. Ever had site discovery issues on your client machine?
You can stick one of the following into your web browser to confirm that the Server Locator Point is up and running:
If you use AD Sites for boundaries
If you use IP Subnets for boundaries
http://<slp>/sms_slp/slp.dll?site&ip=<Client Subnet ID>
If you use IP ranges
http://<slp>/sms_slp/slp.dll?site&ir=<Client IP Address>
Or if you use a combination you can concatenate the parameters
http://<slp>/sms_slp/slp.dll?site&ip=<Client Subnet ID>&ad=<AD Site Name>&ir=<Client IP Address>
So in my test environment if I run the following:
I get this response:
If I make my SLP unavailable, in this case disabling authentication:
Entering an invalid / undefined boundary
This post was contributed by Rob York, a Premier Field Engineer with Microsoft Premier Field Engineering, UK.