rsharpe at ns.aus.com
Thu Jul 11 09:11:03 GMT 2002
On Thu, 11 Jul 2002, Tim Potter wrote:
> On Thu, Jul 11, 2002 at 03:57:11PM -0400, Leducq Dominique wrote:
> > Le Mercredi 20 F?vrier 2002 12:51, Tim Potter a ?crit :
> > > Nmbd needs to be running on the local system as there are some lookup
> > > requests send by winbindd that are sent by Windows NT domain controllers
> > > to the incorrect port which is a bug in Windows. ?Nmbd receives these
> > > packets and stores them in a database (unexpected.tdb) which winbindd
> > > reads from.
> > I would need some more details about this. Could you please tell me :
> > - which versions of the OS are involved (NT 4 to XP) ? Only as PDC ?
> > - which kind of requests ?
> > - which port ? (I guess it replies to port 137 or 445 instead of source port
> > of the request...)
> >From memory it is the network request that locates the PDC name on the
> network. I think it is only Windows NT 4 but I haven't tested it. It
> is one of the udp ports - 139 I think.
Also from memory, but I believe that Win9X does that as well. I think name
lookup requests to a Win9X machine are sent back to port 137.
Richard Sharpe, rsharpe at ns.aus.com, rsharpe at samba.org,
sharpe at ethereal.com
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