[Samba] Re-Sharing A Samba Share via Win32 Platform
lee at ricis.com
Wed May 29 07:15:03 GMT 2002
mount -t smbfs -o username=<username>,password=<password>,workgroup=<workgroup>,uid=<my user name on linux>,rw //<servername>/<share> /mount/point
Samba (from another email today on the mailing list) uses ports 137, 138, and 139. I also read that samba currently doesn't speak the 2000 protocol (i think ports 135 and 445).
I'm not sure what to do.
On Wednesday 29 May 2002 08:36, you wrote:
> I could be wrong, but I think you are looking at a red herring. I have
> mounted an nt machine that has no active port 139 without any problems.
> I used the following command to do the mount:
> mount -t smbfs -o workgroup=gcsnt -o credentials=/root/bin/credential
> //thiele_nt_gol/loo /win/thiele
> where credential contains the user name and password. Note, the machine
> is on a different workgroup. How did you try to mount it and what are
> the domains being used.
> Lee Leahu wrote:
> When I go onto my production iis server, and run netstat -an
> I don't even see *.*.*.*:139 anywhre in the list or ports open or
> listening or active.
> On Tuesday 28 May 2002 15:50, Joseph Loo wrote:
> Check to make sure your samba system is on the same domain. If not, you
> need to specify the domain in the smbmount command.
> Lee Leahu wrote:
> I have a production windows iis server, and a development windows iis
> server and a suse linux 8.0 development server as well.
> I need to access the files on the production iis server, but for some
> reason (i have no clue why) it is not accepting any
> connections on port 139. I am unable to mount the share via smbmount
> Rather, I am able to mount the share onto my development iis server. On
> the development iis server, I am able smbmount
> any shares on that server. So I'd like to smbmount the production's iis
> server share which has already been mounted on the
> devleopment iis server.
> Does this make sense?
> On Tuesday 28 May 2002 15:23, David Brodbeck wrote:
> I think he wants it the other way 'round...he wants to take a share on a
> amba machine, map it on an NT box, then share that mapped share from
> NT box with everyone else. I'm not sure *why* you'd want to do this.
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