[Samba] Re: 3.0.2a: Win98 can't connect but w2k is fine
Jake Di Toro
karrde+samba at viluppo.net
Thu Mar 25 15:13:36 GMT 2004
On Thu, Mar 25, 2004 at 03:49:40PM +0100, G?mes G?za wrote:
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> Jake Di Toro ?rta:
> | After an upgrade of debian/stable-> testing, samba got upgraded from
> | 2.x to 3.0.2a. And now my Win98 clients can't connect. To make
> | matters worse nothing is showing in the logs when they try to
> | connect. W2k connects fine and there is logging that they connect and
> | disconnect from shares.
> | I double checked encrypted/plaintext passwords on the win98 box, but
> | neither mode helps.
> | Any help on what to look for or what to do to get logging to appear
> | for thes fails. Network conectivity is there as I can access other
> | services on the linux box.
> Have you checked connectivity to ports 137,138,139? SMB over NETBIOS
> over TCP uses them while SMB over plain TCP uses port 445. So clients
> which understand SMB over TCP could work, while the older (pre Win2k)
Both ports 139 and 445 are open on the box. I've never seen ports 137
and 138 open before in my setups, so are they totall necessary?
Till Later, Jake <karrde+samba at viluppo.net>
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