[Samba] smb log error-Transport end point/getpeername
Gerald (Jerry) Carter
jerry at samba.org
Thu Feb 10 20:19:25 GMT 2005
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david rankin wrote:
|> I know that Windows XP clients try to connect to port
|> 139 and 445 in parallel and drop the connection to port
|> 139 if the connect to 445 is successful. This is probably
|> what you are seeing.
| Thanks Jerry,
| That makes sense. No doubt an intentional feature from
| $. Is there any way to get around it? When it occurs, there is
| a real slowdown in the connection. It is intermittent so
| it doesn't last that long, but it is sure annoying when
| it does.....
You could set 'smb ports = 139' for force netbios connections.
Are you sure this is causing a slowdown ? Other than the
overhead of forking a new smbd temporarily.
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