hosts allow/deny not working correctly in 2.0.3 or 2.0.4b
M. Tyson Bigler
bigler at shellus.com
Wed Jul 14 20:09:01 GMT 1999
I am having difficult getting the hosts allow/deny to work with IP ranges or
netmasks. Ideally I would prefer to use the IP/Netmask method, e.g.
126.96.36.199/255.255.255.0, because we have a flat ATM network with multiple
class C's (netmask is really 255.255.252.0). This, however, doesn't work!!
I can't do 111.22.33. either... I can't even do specific IP's, e.g.
188.8.131.52 but I CAN do hostnames (e.g. myhost).
What could I possibly have wrong?? Everything else seems to work, and we've
been using it in a production environment for about two months. Details are:
Solaris 7.0 (soon to be bumped back down to 2.6 due to file read-induced CPU
Samba 2.0.3 (compiled with gcc, if it matters)
Domain security (Samba joined the domain, but I have to HUP the nmbd process
the entry alive in WINS -- what's up with that??!!)
testparm shows everything's okay until I add IP/netmask entries and then it's
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