[jcifs] MSBROWSE ?
Michael B. Allen
mballen at erols.com
Tue Sep 25 09:25:13 EST 2001
On Mon, Sep 24, 2001 at 11:32:40AM +0100, J.Sugrue at pilz.ie wrote:
> Great, that worked.
> However, it is quite slow now, on the machine with 2 network cards,
> It works as normal on a machine with one network card.
> any ideas of how this could be speeded up?
Something's probably timeing out. To be honest, I have never tooled with
multiple interfaces. You'll need to flip on full logging and/or break
out Ethereal/NetMon to see what's happening. Chances are it's just some
name lookup failures. Whatching a log is the easiest way to see what
setting isn't quite right.
If you're not confident at looking at the traces, record a full log with
the -Dlog=ALL VM flag and send it to mballen at erols.com (if you send it
to the list s/secret/fake/).
> > For jCIFS to retrive the list of hosts or enumerate domains on a NetBIOS
> > network, the Master Browser must be queried. This is done by broadcasting
> > a for a special name that has the word MSBROWSE in it. If a master browser
> > is not found it is likely that the network settings for jCIFS will need
> > to be adjusted. There are several properties available to do this. See
> > the bottom of the Overview Summary in the jCIFS API documentation for
> > details about all available jCIFS properties and how to set them.
> > Here are some properties that are specific to the problem you describe:
> > jcifs.netbios.baddr
> > jcifs.smb.client.laddr
> > jcifs.netbios.laddr
> > Note, you can simply specify laddr=<ip of interface> without the prefix
> > and I believe that will set both the transport and netbios name service
> > interfaces. I believe baddr will also be important.
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