[Samba] Re: Redhat firewall problem...
nlilly at slis.kent.edu
Thu May 15 20:52:08 GMT 2003
Thanks! That did the trick.
linux power wrote:
> I thought redhat used ipchains in lokkit, but perhaps they have changed that in newer versions. However it's the correct ports you have opened, but you must also allow access from the lan to the server. Ie. If your lan cardon the lindoze have address 192.168.0.1
> Then you must add this in ipchains.
> /sbin/ipchains -I input 1 -s 192.168.0.0/24 -j ACCEPT
> This will insert the statement as the first line in the ipchains rules.
> However to make it permanent you must edit the /etc/sysconfig/ipchains
> file and save it using /sbin/services ipchains save
> North Lilly <nlilly at slis.kent.edu> wrote:
> I've just tried setting up a Shrike (9) version of Redhat. Using the
> medium settings of lokkit, then adding manually accept commands for
> ports 137/udp 138/udp, 139/tcp and 445/tcp, I thought I should have been
> ready to go.
> This isn't the case, however. I know it's not the smb.conf settup
> because when I kill iptables samba works.
> When iptables IS running however, it will respond to a connect request
> but not seem to accept the ID and password supplied.
> What am I missing??
> North Lilly
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