Browse list problem. A problem with diald

Carrer Yuri 341353/IF heart at
Mon Mar 23 09:58:33 GMT 1998


 here are my problems :)

 a) I've a small LAN with 2 PC running a recent version of win 95 and a Linux
    box with samba. All works fine, but when a PC with windows reboot or when
    you log off and enter with another user *or the same* it is unable to find
    my samba box. If I start and stop smbd and nmbd, It shows up again. Any
    help to avoid this? Samba 1.9.17p4

    P.S. what is a master? In another LAN I've:

[yurj at naima yurj]$ smbclient -L naima
Added interface ip=XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX bcast=XXX.XXX.XXX.255 nmask=
Server time is Mon Mar 23 11:45:02 1998
Timezone is UTC+1.0
Domain=[MIO] OS=[Unix] Server=[Samba 1.9.17p4]
Server=[NAIMA] User=[yurj] Workgroup=[MIO] Domain=[MIO]

       Sharename      Type      Comment
        ---------      ----      -------
        homes          Disk      Home Directories
        hpljl2         Printer   hp
        IPC$           IPC       IPC Service (Samba 1.9.17p4)
        yurj           Disk      Home Directories
This machine has a browse list:
        Server               Comment
        ---------            -------
        NAIMA                Samba 1.9.17p4
This machine has a workgroup list:
        Workgroup            Master
        ---------            -------
        my.domain.dom        UDINE
        MASGK                FREIA
        MIO                  NAIMA
        OGNISSANTI           DAMICO
        WORKGROUP            LUCY

 Can someone quickly elaborate on this?

 b) When I'm using diald, I would like to avoid the link to come up when 
    someone on the LAN use samba share. It happen most of the times, but for 
    example when a PC with windows reboot or when you log off and enter with 
    another user *or the same* the link goes up. I'm usind diald 0.16 and
    dialdconfig *with rpm packages available at* I've put
    the ignore on tcpo and udp connections on both source and dest for
    netbios-ns, netbios-ssn, netbios-dgm but still the link goes up.
    Any help.

 I know that b) is maybe off topic, but it is related in some form :-)


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