Fwd: [Samba] RHEL4 and samba
Margaret_Doll at brown.edu
Wed Dec 14 18:33:33 GMT 2005
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> From: Margaret_Doll <Margaret_Doll at brown.edu>
> Date: Wed Dec 14, 2005 1:09:24 PM US/Eastern
> To: samba <samba at lists.samba.org>
> Subject: [Samba] RHEL4 and samba
> I brought over the /etc/samba directory from a RHEL3 system to a RHEL4
> I disable selinux in case there was a problem with a port being blocked
> iptables has port 139 and 445 enabled.
> I can see the server in the Windows Network Neighborhood but the user
> cannot connect because they are unauthorized to attach from their
> Most of the test in the samba documentation work except.
> smbclient -L server -N
> shows no computers, but does show the shares and
> SERVER COMMENTS
> myserver server comments
> Workgroup Master
> 2nd workgroup master2
> 3rd workgroup master3
> nmblookup -B myserver __SAMBA__
> querying __SAMBA__ on correct ip address
> name_query failed to find name __SAMBA__
> nmblooup -M myworkgroup
> querying myworkgroup on mysubnet
> ip address of a client myworkgroup<1d>
> "netstat -a" show netbios-ns
> What do I have set up incorrectly?
I found that from the computers I cannot attach to the server through
the network neighborhood. I can, however, log into the server
if I do a search on the computer. So the server is not "announcing"
How do I fix this problem? Is this a firewall problem?
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