[Samba] Connection Refuse
Prianggada I Tanaya
prianggada.indratanaya at indonesian-aerospace.com
Sat Aug 10 03:44:38 GMT 2002
I hope someone could give me some explanation about above
error/problem I got.
I have 2 machines, one installed RH7.3 (IP ADDR. =10.1.45.12, host name =
fk0000-msi-srv) and the other one, Mandrake8.2. (IP ADDR. = 10.1.45.13)
Both machines use Samba 2.2.3a.
At the RH7.3, I got following error if I connect from Mandrake8.2.
$ smbclient -U% -L 10.1.45.12
added interface ip=10.1.45.13 bcast=10.1.255.255 nmask=255.255.0.0
error connecting to 10.1.45.12:139 (Connection refused)
Error connecting to 10.1.45.12 (Connection refused)
Connection to fk0000-msi-srv failed
using nmblookup, send anything ..., found this error.
$ nmblookup -B 10.1.45.12 '*'
querying * on 10.1.45.12
name_query failed to find name *
either using IP address or server_name give same error above.
Using 'ping' both machine have no problem at all, either pinging itself or
from other machine.
If I turn to the documentation 'Using Samba' found at
it says, if nmblookup -B 127.0.0.1 '*' succeeds, but -B client_ip_address
fails, there is a hardware problem and ping should have failed.
In my case, ping works fine, but nmblookup failed.
Could any of you have such experience ?
I've tried to find out to solve the problem but, I think I need some help.
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