lynn at cis.usouthal.edu
Sat Jul 22 03:07:04 GMT 2000
The way I got around the problem was to assign another IP address to the
Linux server on which I run samba.
On Sat, 22 Jul 2000, Philip Ciufo wrote:
> I've been using samba for a while now as a PDC and now require to move
> several NT workstations into a new subnet, one that is different from the
> subnet the PDC resides in. I tried the move already and the workstation
> comes up with the error "a pdc for the domain could not be found". I
> placed an entry in the lmhosts file of the workstation and this made no
> I ran samba with a higher log level, but have lost the logs. However, I
> did see a "rejecting dgram ..." message of sort in the nmbd log file. I
> can reproduce the error, so if anyone feels I really need the log file
> then I can post it.
> My issue here is really if anyone has had a samba PDC in A.B.C.any
> subnet and the workstation in A.B.D.any subnet and been able to get the
> workstation to authenticate? If so, was there anything special you had to
> Philip Ciufo - __o email: phil at elec.uow.edu.au
> School of Electrical, Computer - _`\<,_ phone: 61-2-42213133
> and Telecommunications _ (_) /(_) FAX: 61-2-42213236
> University of Wollongong, Northfields Ave, Wollongong N.S.W. 2522
> Australia. Somewhere on the blue planet ...
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