tajthy at mail.euroweb.hu
Thu Mar 5 19:52:42 GMT 1998
I use samba for couple of years now with a great satisfaction. Now I'm
facing with a problem which could not solved.
We got direct i-net connection jut now. I sit behind a firewall and the
intranet address is occupied in the real world. I set the gatewy
with "route add default xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx 1". Then I could ping to the
world. I created /etc/resolv.conf to contain one line (nameserver
yyy.yyy.yyy.yyy). It worked well. The only problem was I can't use
smbclient to transfer files and print to windows 3.11 and NT machines.
After comment the one and only line in the resolv.conf this problem
disppeard, but I could not use DNS any more.
How can I configure samba not to try to look for DNS service and not to
try to go to the internet if the address is in the intranet? What did I
TIA && bye From:, the untrustable
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