jlemay at njmc.com
Sun Aug 22 17:46:43 GMT 1999
The first thing that comes to mind is a misconfiguration on the Win98
side. You don't specify if you receive an error on the second box, or if
a script is not running. Check the network properties on the Win98 boxes
including workgroup name and whether "Login to Windows NT Domain" is
checked off on one box and not the other. I'm assuming this is a SMB
issue (not a Samba issue) and not a TCP/IP issue. You can ping the Samba
server from both Win98 boxes, correct?
> i've set samba up on a redhat linux machine on my personal network with
> an IP-Address of 192.168.32.1
> there are two win98 client machines on my network with the addresses
> 192.168.32.2 and 192.168.32.3. the two machines have the exact same
> tcp/ip configurations. i can log onto the samba server from the first
> 98box, but not the second. i can logon with any user name from the first
> 98box, but i can't log on with any user names from the second 98box. if
> i switch the ip addresses i still can't logon from the second box and i
> can logon from the first. teh smb.conf file has a hosts allow entry that
> allows all host on the 192.168.32. subnet to logon to the box.
> all the machines can see one another, but i can't logon with the second
> any ideas what else could be wrong?
John J. LeMay Jr.
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