DHCP PC cannot access Samba Server
JONATHAN W MINER
Jonathan.W.Miner at lmco.com
Thu Sep 7 13:48:33 GMT 2000
Can you use the fully qualified domain name on the PC? Try
\\chjs10.your.domain.name\ instead of just \\chjs10\
We have that problem here...
Matthew Geddes wrote:
> Luo Hua Ping wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I have a SPARC 10 running solaris 2.6 as Samba server and a PC running
> > WINNT 4.0 as client. When the PC uses the fixed IP address, it can
> > access the SPARC10. But when I change it to use DHCP, the PC cannot
> > access the server. I got such warning message:
> > "The chjs10 is no accessible.
> > The network path is not found."
> Your smb.conf also had a hosts allow = line in it. Is that set to the
> Dynamic IP address of the NT box?
> It could also be the WINS settings.
> Matthew Geddes
> Network Manager
> Xavier College
> Gawler, SA
> ...And by the way, Lars Kneschke's Samba TNG FAQ is at
Jonathan Miner - Lockheed Martin EIS/SAI
LM-Xpress: jonathan.w.miner at lmco.com
Phone: 603 885 UNIX - Fax: 603 885 3850
USmail: PO Box 868, NCA01-3719, Nashua, NH 03061-0868
More information about the samba-ntdom