SAMBA digest 1849
andrew.hill at agp.servicom.es
Tue Oct 20 09:19:11 GMT 1998
> -----Original Message-----
> From: samba at samba.anu.edu.au [mailto:samba at samba.anu.edu.au]
> Sent: Tuesday, October 20, 1998 8:32 AM
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> Subject: SAMBA digest 1849
> Date: Mon, 19 Oct 1998 07:04:24 -0400
> From: Michael Kohne <mhkohne at discordia.org>
> To: samba at samba.anu.edu.au, afan at jeonet.com
> Subject: Re: SAMBA digest 1847
> Message-ID: <199810191113.HAA03380 at mail.netaxs.com>
> >Date: Sat, 17 Oct 1998 10:36:33 -0500
> >From: afan at www.jeonet.com (Afan Ottenheimer)
> >To: samba at samba.anu.edu.au
> >Subject: How can I "Map Network Drive" using port 82?
> >Message-ID: <22.214.171.124.19981017103633.008eed10 at anansi.jeonet.com>
> >I've been trying to get a Win 95 and/or Win 98 machine to connect to
> >a SAMBA server running on a different port than the default.
> >I know this may be slighly off topic since it is a Windows question,
> >but I have already exhaused the Microsoft and SAMBA on-line documentation
> >so I am turning here last. I appologize in advance.
> >I would like to know if anyone has been
> >able to get the Microsoft "Map Network Drive" to work on any port
> >besides 139 or if it is even possible.
> >I can start the server on any port with the -p flag, say 82, and
> >connect to it using smbclient, but
> >how can I specify the port to connect to when I am on a Win 95 or
> >Win 98 computer.
> >Any help/suggetions would be greatly appreciated.
> >A Ottenheimer
> >afan at jeonet.com
I have no idea whether what I am going to tell you makes any sense in the M$
world, as I am
much more of a UNIX person...but to do this in unix, you start by making
changes to a file
called services, and this file exists in the microsoft world...
whether the functions are hard coded and the file is just there for
reference, I have no idea....
Maybe you could make changes in this file, copy the port 139 line and change
the port, then
comment out the port 139 line and reboot...I doubt though whether its going
to be that easy!!
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