Samba and RedHat 7.2
ddouglas at mindspring.com
Mon Nov 19 12:05:11 GMT 2001
At 02:55 PM 11/19/2001 -0500, Trond Eivind Glomsrød wrote:
>Duane Douglas <ddouglas at mindspring.com> writes:
> > At 11:37 AM 11/19/2001 -0600, Brian Howard wrote:
> > > Well, I thought I was an "experience" samba user, but I've ran into
> > > something I've never seen before:
> > >
> > > All SAMBA protocols (smbd and nmbd) work fine on the "localhost",
> > > but do not work from a remote system (NT or Linux). This includes
> > > "telnet server 139". Basically, the telnet test works as one would
> > > expect from the localhost, but not from any remote system. (Do
> > > realize that telnet, ftp and other non-SAMBA protocols work
> > > perfectly to/from this server.)
> > >
> > >Any ideas?
> > newer redhat linux distributions now block remote access to all tcp
> > ports by default via ipchains.
>Not by default - you get a choice of firewall configurations during
hmmm...i don't recall seeing choices during my 7.1 installation. but hey,
you'd know better than me (i guess).
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