slu at firerun.net
Thu Dec 28 21:14:12 GMT 2000
Are you using Just TCP/IP as the protocol? It could be conflicting with
Netbeui. The clients may be trying to communicate over Netbeui instead of
Charles Crawford wrote:
> I'm having problems with both machines, but not consistantly... i.e.
> sometimes one, sometimes the other, and sometimes both...
> It's as if the network is beeing flooded with traffic and preventing the
> samba servers from being recognized. Funny thing, though, yesterday after
> the Internet connection was restored, the smb connections were fine once the
> client machines were restarted (complete power down and back up).
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Patrick [mailto:slu at firerun.net]
> Sent: Thursday, December 28, 2000 1:05 PM
> To: Charles Crawford
> Cc: Samba-Technical Listserve (E-mail); Samba-Ntdom Listserve (E-mail);
> Samba Listserve (E-mail)
> Subject: Re: network resources
> Charles Crawford wrote:
> > The system is a Linux (RH 6.1) with Samba 2.0.5a-12, but I also have
> > server also running Linux (RH 6.1) with Samba 2.0.7-4. Both are connected
> > an NT network with the NT server functioning as the DC and WINS server.
> > I'm having some severe problems connecting to the shares via windows right
> > now. If anyone could be of assistance, this would be greatly appreciated.
> Which Machine are you having trouble connecting to? Is it both of them or
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