[Samba] samba domain vs linux network security
mourik jan c heupink
heupink at intech.unu.edu
Thu Nov 10 13:27:59 GMT 2005
> You have several options. First, there are steps that you can take to
> improve NFS security somewhat, such as restricting it to particular IP
> addresses (although IP addresses can be spoofed). Second, you can use
> NFSv4, which supports proper authentication. Third, you can use an
> alternative means of sharing drives to Linux. I've actually been
> using SMB to access my Linux server's drives from my Linux client, to
> avoid setting up a separate file-sharing service. Several other
> options exist - including SSHFS (for more of a quick-and-dirty
> approach), AFS, and Coda, but I don't have experience with any of
Thanks very much for the feedback.
since nfs4 is NOT included in sles9 (apparently because it's acl code is
not yet stable..?) I will take look at the two alternatives you mention.
The feedback was very much appreciated.
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