[Samba] Trouble browsing on different nets.
David van Geyn
dataiv-lists at noc.peon.net
Sat May 25 06:31:05 GMT 2002
I believe your broadcast addresses on the linux box are set wrong. If you are using 192.168.111.0/24 and 192.168.222.0/24 as your IP networks, you should be using 192.168.111.255 and 192.168.222.255 as your broadcast addresses respectively. This may be why the Windows machines aren't picking up NetBios broadcasts from the Samba server.
David van Geyn
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From: Anders Norrbring
To: samba at lists.samba.org
Sent: Saturday, May 25, 2002 7:05 AM
Subject: [Samba] Trouble browsing on different nets.
I'm not sure if this even SHOULD work. I can't find anything really useful in the documentation.
I have a RedHat 7.3 system in the DMZ of our network, its address is 192.168.222.10, broadcast address is 192.168.222.254
I firewall, linux based with 3 ports, the 192.168.222.0 net (DMZ), the "outside world" on one port and the internal network is 192.168.111.0, broadcasting on 192.168.111.254.
So, on the internal network are Windows XP workstations, these can "search computers" and find the linux on the DMZ by name, they can connect to it if given the network address or name (the name - network address translation is done in the Windows' hosts files) and also browse the samba shares.
BUT. Here's the problem. The linux (Samba) server never shows up in the Windows' Network neighbourhood, which would be very good for those who aren't too familiar with networking. Can anyone please help me out here?
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