nbmd process seems to flood DNS/Netbios servers on disabling second ethernet devices. Here is what happens, this may not be able to be recreated as it could be by University but I figured it is a bug I should report.
1.) Two ethernet devices, one PCI and the other stock on the motherboard
2.) nbmd running as well as smbd
3.) Disable the second ethernet device
ex: ifconfig eth1 down
4.) After a few seconds, ethernet network traffic goes all the way up (almost pegged at max).
After I saw the network traffic going up I did
tcpdump port 53
And this showed a lot of traffic of something querying my Uni's DNS/NetBios servers looking for "eth1.<my_host_name>". From there, I just started to iterate everything that uses network services like the DNS servers (port 53). The first thing I turned off was smbd to no avail. Then, I killed the nmbd process and the network traffic dropped. TCPDump had stopped being overloaded with "NX Domain eth1.<host_name> no such domain" or whatever the text had been (along those lines).
I do know that nmbd was flooding my Uni's DNS/NetBios servers with traffic since when I killed that process, the network traffic returned to normal instantly.