[Samba] (no subject)

Ricardo Rugerio rickchiva at hotmail.com
Mon Feb 25 11:21:07 GMT 2002

    did U use :

    smbpasswd -a user

    th passwd must be the same


>From: "Gary Ferrer" <gary at ferrer.yi.org>
>To: "Samba-users" <samba at lists.samba.org>
>Subject: [Samba] (no subject)
>Date: Fri, 22 Feb 2002 00:07:04 -0800
>Hi people, sorry for the previous HTML stuff, I hope this time it's plain
>text.  Here's my problem:
>I'm not sure if this is a samba/solaris problem or a Win98 problem and I'll
>tell you why.  I have a Solaris 8 server running samba 2.2.2, a linux/samba
>2.0.7 box and a couple Win 98 boxes.  When I did a complete restore of my
>Win98 box from tape, I could no longer access the Solaris 8 server via
>network neighborhood.  I can see the Solaris/samba box there with the other
>Win98 and linux box but when I double click on the Solaris box I get
>\\Sunbox is not accessible.  The computer or share name could not be found.
>Make sure you typed it in correctly".
>This is strange because from the other Win98 box I can access the Solaris
>samba resource without a problem.  I thought this might be a password
>problem so I changed my samba password but that didn't work either.
>Essentially I cannot access the Solaris/samba resource from just one Win98
>workstation (mine).
>Here is a dump of the packets on the sunbox:
>(/)-->snoop -d iprb1
>Using device /dev/iprb (promiscuous mode)
>         gary -> NBT NS Query Request for SUNBOX[20], Success
>         gary -> NBT NS Query Request for SUNBOX[20], Success
>         melody ->  TCP D=5190 S=3137     Ack=3620371547
>Seq=399977304 Len=6 Win=9520
> -> melody       TCP D=3137 S=5190     Ack=399977310
>Seq=3620371547 Len=0 Win=16384
>         gary -> NBT NS Query Request for SUNBOX[20], Success
>The PC 'gary' cannot access samba resource.  All I see are a couple of
>successful NBT NS query requests but that's all.
>This is the snoop with the PC 'melody' that can access the Solaris 8 samba
>without a problem:
>  melody -> NBT NS Query Request for SUNBOX[20], Success
>       melody -> sunbox       NBT C port=3399
>       sunbox -> melody       NBT R port=3399
>       melody -> sunbox       NBT C port=3399
>       melody -> sunbox       NBT Type=SESSION REQUEST Dest=SUNBOX[20]
>Source=MELODY[0] Length=68
>       sunbox -> melody       NBT R port=3399
>       sunbox -> melody       NBT Type=POSITIVE SESSION RESPONSE Length=0
>       melody -> sunbox       SMB C Code=0x72 Name=SMBnegprot 
>LM 0.12 Error=0
>       sunbox -> melody       SMB R Code=0x72 Name=SMBnegprot Dialect#=5
>       melody -> sunbox       SMB C Code=0x73 Name=SMBsesssetupX
>Username=MELODY Error=0
>       sunbox -> melody       NBT R port=3399
>       sunbox -> melody       SMB R Code=0x73 Name=SMBsesssetupX Error=0
>       melody -> sunbox       SMB C Code=0x25 Name=SMBtrans Error=0
>       sunbox -> melody       SMB R Code=0x25 Name=SMBtrans Error=0
>       melody -> sunbox       NBT C port=3399
>Quite different.
>From PC 'gary' msdos box, net view sees the Solaris 8 box.
>An smbclient -L listing from the linuxbox shows resources available on the
>linuxbox:~$ smbclient -L sunbox
>added interface ip= bcast= nmask=
>Anonymous login successful
>Domain=[VANCOUVER] OS=[Unix] Server=[Samba 2.2.2]
>         Sharename      Type      Comment
>         ---------      ----      -------
>         root           Disk      Root
>         sun-printer    Printer
>         htdocs         Disk
>         IPC$           IPC       IPC Service (Samba 2.2.2)
>         ADMIN$         Disk      IPC Service (Samba 2.2.2)
>         Server               Comment
>         ---------            -------
>         SUNBOX               Samba 2.2.2
>         Workgroup            Master
>         ---------            -------
>         VANCOUVER
>I think there's something wrong with my Win98 machine (I really don't want
>to blow it away because this is the only problem I have).  Can someone give
>me some direction?
>Thanks a million.
>gary at ferrer.yi.org
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