[Samba] Multiple Domains?

Yura Pismerov ypismerov at tucows.com
Thu Oct 10 00:45:01 GMT 2002

To accomplish that task you will have to run multiple Samba instances
(one per Domain/group).	Network aliases are your friends. You can create
aliases on each NIC and bind Samba instances to separate aliases on the
same network.

Hope this helps.

Steve Morley wrote:
> Hi All,
> I just joined this list, and I'm looking for some help.
> I've been running a Samba server for a few years now, and it's been doing
> everything I've asked it too, but I'm hitting a wall trying to implement
> something new.  Google searches aren't turning up too much, except to
> indicate that other people have done what I want, but I haven't gotten
> much responses when I tried to contact them :(  The few vague instructions
> I turned up in my searches seem to fail...
> I need to make my current Samba server (one FreebSD box) serve up multiple
> domains.
> I added a second NIC for the second network, and all the TCP/IP stuff is
> configured and working properly.  Whenever I try to add stuff for a second
> domain though, the whole thing (Samba) fails so I've undone everything to
> keep the current status.
> Here's the scoop on the Network:
> Two completely seperate LANs, one on 192.168.1 and the other on 192.168.2
> The students are all on .1, and the staff is on .2  The students currently
> log into the "STUDENTS" workgroup with no problem.  As the staff has
> increased, we now need the staff to log into a workgroup themselves.
> I have two choices:
> 1) re-configure the current server (preferred)
> 2) build a duplicate LAN out of spare parts and start from scratch
> I'm more than happy to do either, I just want to know if someone has indeed
> gotten a single Samba box to server up multiple domains at the same time.
> Steve
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