samba through ppp ?
steffen at shark.mayn.de
Fri Feb 12 18:27:08 GMT 1999
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Von: Claudiu Balciza <cbalciza at geocities.com>
An: Multiple recipients of list <samba at samba.org>
Datum: Freitag, 12. Februar 1999 20:04
Betreff: samba through ppp ?
>I have samba 2.0.2 on Linux/kernel2.2.1
>I also have a dial-in server on that machine.
>I would like to allow clients to access samba shares through ppp.
>How ca I do that ?
Pretty simple, first make sure your remote clients can connect to your
via ppp (if a ping works, it'll do).
second connect from any remote computer and try it. afaik no special
I use my linux server as a dial-in and use w95/w98 clients for
you might have to use the numeric ip-address of your server to map
network drives, a
small entry in c:\windows\lmhosts should help then.
and of course (in SHARE MODE = USER) you have to log in to your remote
with a valid Samba-Server account. Otherwise you will be asked for the
for a user that doesn't even exist on your server. (MAP USERNAME might
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