By default, Cisco routers forward GNS SAPs to remote networks.
Answer / guest
GNS is Novell's protocol to Get Nearest Server.
If there is a server on the local network, that server will
respond. If there isn't, the Cisco router has to be
configured to forward the GNS SAP.
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