[Samba] Re: problem with cached netbios name of wins server
mistamaila at yahoo.com
Wed Dec 1 16:51:32 GMT 2004
I don't understand this, even after rebooting the
server, if you nbtstat -c the domain, it STILL says
where is this IP cached? it's not even used anymore.
--- "John H." <mistamaila at yahoo.com> wrote:
> fc2, samba 3.0.9
> The samba server is PDC.
> Temporarily, the server was dhcp, which gave it the
> we then set it to static 192.168.1.150, which is
> we want.
> however, the different windows clients, on and off,
> ping and such, resolve INTRANET, the netbios name of
> the pdc, to 192.168.1.64 still, despite me removing
> I even tried the following suggestion, to no avail
> "add 'name resolve order = hosts bcast' to your
> smb.conf (without the tick marks ') and add
> '192.168.1.150 Netbiosname' to your /etc/hosts
> (where netbiosname is what you have in your smb.conf
> file and again no ' marks)"
> where is 192.168.1.64 being stored, and how do i get
> rid of it so INTRANET Is correctly resolved, always,
> to 192.168.1.150?
> the router tells all the windows clients, which are
> using dhcp, to use 192.168.1.150 for wins.
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