wmoran at iowna.com
Fri Sep 28 07:18:02 GMT 2001
I'm having a similar problem to Paul. In my case, all the machines are on
the same subnet, and the Samba machine itself is the WINS server. Oddly
enough, the W2K machines see all the other W2K and NT computers on the
network, but not the Samba server. The NT4 machines see all machines fine.
Does the WINS implementation in Samba 2.0.x work properly with W2K?
"Adams, Christopher" wrote:
> If you network configuration is different then the example network that I
> have talked about above, then let me know what your actual configuration is
> and I will re-vamp the above for you to fit your actual network and we will
> see if we can get your issue resolved.
>> From: Paul Blackaller [mailto:Paul.Blackaller at lfs.co.uk]
>> I've installed samba 2.2.1a on a Solaris 2.8 server & it works fine
>> connecting from the local NT4 domain we have. However I am trying to give
>> access to users on a remote Windows 2000 domain. It seems they can connect
>> OK by specifically connecting to the IP address, but the server refuses to
>> advertise itself on their local network. Users on the remote domain can ping
>> the server & telnet to the server, but it doesn't show up in their network
"Where's the robot to pat you on the back?"
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