cybrgeek at xmission.com
Mon Sep 18 14:21:10 GMT 2000
Realise that thats a Pretty small netmask! 252 is (if I remember) a total
of FOUR addresses that do not need to be routed. Are you SURE thats the
correct netmask? Last time I saw the 10. addresses in use, there was a
class A subnet mask to go with it (255.0.0.0).
On 16 Sep 2000, Jacob Eisinger wrote:
> I would like my linux computer to use samba only on my high school's internal
> I currently have my ethernet card set up to use a real IP address
> (188.8.131.52/255.255.255.0); I would like the computer to respond my
> internal network, some 10 dot addresses.
> Can you tell me why this does not work:
> Open linuxconf and add the IP address 10.160.63.151, netmask
> 255.255.255.252 in the "IP aliases for virtual hosts" section.
> Then in Samba add this to my [global] options:
> interfaces = 10.160.63.151/255.255.255.252
> bind interfaces only = yes
> This would allow me to see this computer in Network Neighborhood on a windows
> 95 computer, right?
> Jacob Eisinger
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