[Samba] Firewall & samba

Greg Hirsch Greg.Hirsch at logicare.com
Fri Jun 6 13:43:45 GMT 2003

Unless I'm forgetting something, you should just need to open up your firewall for UDP on ports 135, 137, and 138, and TCP on ports 135, 139, and 445.  That might even be overkill for your setup - you might not need 445 open.

Greg Hirsch
Product Support/IT Specialist
LOGICARE Corporation
(800) 848-0099

-----Original Message-----
From: Allison Cooney [mailto:Allison.Cooney at quest.ie]
Subject: [Samba] Firewall & samba


Just wondering if anyone could help with regarding the following.  I have a
number of Linux servers within an NT domain and I can access all of them.
But I have a linux server behind our (raptor) firewall - samba has been
configured on it and appears to be running.  What I want to know is how do I
access it from the NT domain.  I know I will have to make some changes on
the firewall - but how do I get to see it through the NT domain.  I can ping
the server.
Any one got any suggestions?

Allison Cooney
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