[Samba] Re: Error connecting to Samba share from pocketPC
ron at moerman.cc
Sat Mar 12 07:25:27 GMT 2005
Anyone any clues on this behaviour?
"Samba" <ron at moerman.cc> schreef in bericht
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> I'm no expert in network tracing but I've managed to create two traces
> with tcpdump. Hope it is of use; otherwise suggestions for other (free)
> tools and/or settings are welcome.
> The file names in the attached archive speak for themselves. To explain
> relevant addresses and hostnames that show up in the trace:
> - NetBIOS name HOMESRV (hostname mail.moerman.cc) is mij Samba DC (at
> address 192.168.0.253)
> - _CERDRC08806B5 is ofcourse the iPAQ which has fixed IP 192.168.0.2
> - 192.168.0.102 is the WinXP machine used in the test
> Options used with tcpdump for iPAQ trace are: -s 256 host 192.168.0.253
> Options used with tcpdump for WinXP trace are: -s 256 host 192.168.0.2
> "Gerald (Jerry) Carter" <jerry at samba.org> schreef in bericht
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>> Samba wrote:
>> | I've setup a wireless network with a Linux server, several Windows XP
>> | and a PocketPC running Windows Mobile 2003 SE. The Linux server is
>> | Debian and Samba 3.0.10. All is working fine, with Samba as a domain
>> | controller and serving shares for the Windows PC's.
>> | However my PocketPC is unable to connect to a Samba share (it can
>> | just fine to a share on Windows XP) and gives the error "Cannot find
>> | file '\\' (or one of its components)'.
>> Known issue:
>> Since I don't have an iPaq, can someone send me a raw network trace
>> of the failure ? as well as a successful trace connecting to a Windows
>> server ?
>> cheers, jerry
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