barth at cck.uni-kl.de
Sat Sep 15 10:16:03 GMT 2001
an other hint:
are you using RH 7.1. It now ships with a software fire wall. The
default configuration is "medium security" and blocks the ports 137-
139 that are nessesary for samba. look for ipchains.
> did you create accounts for each of your users on the Linux box? did you
> create machine accounts for each of the machines? This is how
> authentication takes place in the absence of either Samba as a PDC or
> another machine acting as a PDC. You must have encrypted passwords as well
> (which you said you do).
> "net view" isn't going to work because you are not authenticated yet and as
> a result are not authorized to view the box contents.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: John Marsteen
> To: samba-ntdom at lists.samba.org
> Sent: Friday, September 14, 2001 7:01 PM
> Subject: Yes...Another "newbie"
> I'm sure this thread has been re-hashed hundreds of times, but I, too, have
> been stumped by Samba. I'm new to Linux, Samba, and this list, but am
> trying to utilize our Red Hat Linux box as a file server (only) for now on
> our Win2K network. It doesn't need to be our PDC. I've been all through
> the samba.conf file with no luck. Those of us in the workgroup can see the
> Linux server in the Network Neighborhood, but when trying to access it, we
> consistently get "\\servername is not accessible." We're running DHCP if
> that makes any difference.
> I can ping the Linux server, I can see the shared folders when I run the
> smbclient -L command, but no matter what we do, we can't access that folder.
> I've tried enabling encrypted passwords and have set up encrypted passwords,
> but still with no luck. We've gone through the "Diagnosing Your Samba
> Server" document, and everything looks great until TEST #8 (net view
> \\LINUXSERVER). We get the same "Network Path Not Found" error.
> Can anyone offer a suggestion? My apologies if this thread has appeared yet
> again. I've read through many similar threads - but if there is one similar
> to my own problem that I have missed, a simple link to that thread would be
> Many thanks.
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