Suppressing Link State updates for a specific routing group connector!

Posted on 2009-12-17
Last Modified: 2012-05-08
Hi Experts,

How is it possible to suppress LS updates for a particular connector instead of blocking for all connector specific to one server?

In case we suppress LS update for the Ex 2003 server, then how will it transfer emails to the other Ex 2003 or a HUB transport server?

Please advise.

Many Thanks,
Question by:anupam1983
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    Expert Comment

    Have you seen these articles?

    How to Suppress Link State Information on a Server

    Exchange 2003 cannot control link state updates that are caused by user version changes

    Author Comment

    Yep, I've already gone through the first link, but it says how to suppress LS updates on a server, Doesn't it mean that if we've configured more then one connector, it'll suppress LS update for all those connectors? If it is so, then this is not what I'm looking for. I want to suppress LS for only one connector on that server.
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    Accepted Solution

    "Additionally, if you use the default option of ***Any local server can send over this connector*** for a routing group connector, this connector state is always marked as up. Using this option effectively suppresses any link state traffic that is generated by changes in this connector's state. However, this option is not possible for SMTP connectors or X.400 connectors."

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