[Samba] Dual ethernet server on the same LAN
mjoyner at vbservices.net
Wed May 4 11:36:17 GMT 2005
setup override entries in your DNS.
Nikolay Kabaivanov wrote:
> I have Fedora Core 3 linux and Samba 3.0.14a on a server that has 2
> ethernet interfaces connected to the same LAN. The purpose to have such
> a server with 2 network cards is to serve 2 network shares with high
> traffic. I want the first share to be accessed trough the first network
> card (named drone.domain.com) and the second share trough the second
> card (named probe.domain.com). My DNS works correctly.
> The problem I see is that I can't designate the second card to be
> "bound" to the netbios name of "probe" and in this way, my clients to
> make connections on this second network interface, for example
> If I use this global setting " netbios aliases = probe "
> the name "probe" is bound like a second name for the first card, which
> already has netbios name "drone" associated with it.
> Without "netbios aliases=probe" nmblookup command can't find any
> information about netbios name "probe".
> I tried to make the following permanent mapping: netbios name <--> IP in
> wins.dat file but it desappears after a few seconds.
> Does anyone has any idea how I or samba could announce it's Netbios name
> which is on the second LAN card ?
> 10x in advance
> Best regards
> Nikolay Kabaivanov, ntk at ru.acad.bg
> University of Rousse, Bulgaria
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