[Samba] Samba / Windows workgroup master browser problem
rcoates at bigpond.net.au
Sat Apr 12 04:41:56 GMT 2003
Hi, I think this might be the clue?
***send_netbios_packet: send_packet() to IP 126.96.36.199 port 137
On Fri, 2003-04-11 at 23:46, Rich Pinder wrote:
> I admit theres a LOT about the windows networking I dont understand -
> and even though this may NOT be a SAMBA issue per se, I thought I'd post
> it here.
> Have a 400gb samba server thats been working well (am upgrading to
> current patches today, btw).
> I've got 3 Win2k workstations, on two subnets, that have drives mapped,
> and connect every morning on startup just fine. All the machines belong
> to one workgroup.
> The way I have in the past added machines was to do a 'search' for the
> computer from the client machine. After it finds the machine, I log in,
> and make the connection persistent for future logins.
> But recently I can't locate the samba server doing this search.
> These messages in the samba log file are suspicious - it looks like no
> machine is acting like a local browser for the subnet (??):
> [2003/04/10 04:01:08, 0] nmbd/nmbd_packets.c:send_netbios_packet(171)
> send_netbios_packet: send_packet() to IP 188.8.131.52 port 137 failed
> [2003/04/10 04:01:08, 0] nmbd/nmbd_namequery.c:query_name(229)
> query_name: Failed to send packet trying to query name TEACHERS<1d>
> [2003/04/10 04:02:00, 0] nmbd/nmbd.c:sig_hup(92)
> Got SIGHUP dumping debug info.
> [2003/04/10 04:02:00, 0] nmbd/nmbd_workgroupdb.c:dump_workgroups(292)
> dump workgroup on subnet 184.108.40.206: netmask= 255.255.0.0:
> TEACHERS(1) current master browser = UNKNOWN
> ASDFZXCV 40019a03 (California Teachers Study)
> If anyone has a clue on this, I'd apreciate it ! I tried the following
> mods to my conf file, thinking it would force Samba to help out with
> defining the workgroup, but no luck:
> os level = 34
> local master = yes
> remote announce = 220.127.116.11/SIMPLE 18.104.22.168/SIMPLE
> Ok..thanks for the help
> Rich Pinder
> USC School of Medicine
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