Rechtien, Elizabeth J
Elizabeth.Rechtien at stlukes-stl.com
Mon Aug 2 14:39:58 MDT 2010
Can you tell what user the .17 is using? It's hard to stop the traffic but I can try and run it again.
From: derrell.lipman at gmail.com [mailto:derrell.lipman at gmail.com] On Behalf Of Derrell Lipman
Sent: Monday, August 02, 2010 3:38 PM
To: Rechtien, Elizabeth J
Cc: Penn, Terry; samba-technical at lists.samba.org
Subject: Re: smbc_open error
On Mon, Aug 2, 2010 at 16:10, Rechtien, Elizabeth J <Elizabeth.Rechtien at stlukes-stl.com<mailto:Elizabeth.Rechtien at stlukes-stl.com>> wrote:
I'm at this again. Here is output comparing two servers, .17 & .6. .17 reads from the shared folder correctly and .6 does not. Can you see anything in these?
There's all kinds of irrelevant traffic in these, so I don't know specifically what works and what doesn't. The only think I see failing in .6 is creating the session with user 'anonymous' and failing to connect to \\10.50.5.6\SCIPDF for access denied. I'd guess that it requires a username and password for access.
672 5.458735 10.5.192.101 10.50.5.6 SMB Session Setup AndX Request, User: anonymous
673 5.458991 10.50.5.6 10.5.192.101 SMB Session Setup AndX Response
674 5.459024 10.5.192.101 10.50.5.6 SMB Tree Connect AndX Request, Path: \\10.50.5.6\SCIPDF
675 5.459213 10.50.5.6 10.5.192.101 SMB Tree Connect AndX Response, Error: STATUS_ACCESS_DENIED
I couldn't find 10.50.5.6 anyplace in .17 to compare, though.
If this isn't the issue you're trying to describe, please give me sufficient detail to filter all of the irrelevant traffic out of the two packet dumps so that I can see the specific issues giving you problems.
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