Multiple login failures problem
matthew.brown at cordata.net
Fri Jan 12 14:58:53 GMT 2001
Nope. That's what I'm doing, and it doesn't work.
I'm going to try the down and dirty method when I'm back at the site.
----- Original Message -----
From: David L. Jarvis <David at JarvisMountain.com>
To: Samba <samba at us5.samba.org>
Sent: Friday, January 12, 2001 6:55 AM
Subject: RE: Multiple login failures problem
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Morgan Toal [mailto:morgan_toal at yahoo.com]
> > Sent: Friday, January 12, 2001 1:31 AM
> > Per David's experience, I put my list of ~20 IP's in to
> > /etc/hosts and this seems to have resolved the problem
> > for me also. But it feels so dirty.
> Agreed. But are you running WINS anywhere?
> If not, you might want to consider having Samba run it,
> and have your pc's point to it as their WINS server also.
> I'd be willing to be that would fix it as well (provided
> of course that you set your 'name resolve order' in
> smb.conf to have 'wins' as it's first method).
> > However, since it's Friday, since this is only a remote
> > office with ~20 users, and since I don't want to come back
> > here next week, I'm not prepared to do much more than band-aid
> > it like this at this point.
> > What I want to know, is why I am experiencing this issue
> > here, and not at my home office which is essentially
> > identically configured? Oh well, at least we have a
> > Q&D solution at this point, and compare smb.conf
> > and dhcpd.conf files.
> > Also thanks to Calvin for th DNS-DHCP info, when I have more
> > time either this or the DHCP v3 is the solution in the long run.
> David L. Jarvis
> David at JarvisMountain.com
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