[Samba] Can connect to shares via IP but not hostname
samba at troutpocket.org
Fri Dec 8 16:59:10 GMT 2006
Martin Zielinski wrote:
> Scott schrieb:
>> John Drescher wrote:
>>> On 12/7/06, Scott <samba at troutpocket.org> wrote:
>>>> Last night I upgraded my FC5 to samba-3.0.23c from 3.0.21b. As a
>>>> result I
>>>> can no longer browse shares on the samba server via
>>>> \\hostname\share\. I can, however, access everything as usual via
>>>> Nothing else in my config has changed. The hostname resolves from
>>>> all machines on the domain correctly so it's doesn't appear to be a
>>>> resolution issue. I can see the root shares on the samba server,
>>>> but when
>>>> I try to browse them I get the error:
>>>> "\\hostname\share refers to a location that is unavailable. It
>>>> could be on
>>>> a hard drive..."
>>>> I reverted back to 3.0.21b and the error persists. All clients are
>>>> the same identical problem. TIA.
>>> Is nmbd running on the server?
>> Yes. There are no unusual errors in smbd.log or nmbd.log, either. I
>> can see all the network shares, including those on the samba server,
>> via smbtree.
> Are you using ADS kerberos authentication in your network?
> If so, your kerberos might be broken.
I'm not using AD. This is a samba box acting as a DC.
> When you are using the hostname, the client tries to authenticate via
> kerberos ticket. If this fails, it's over.
I'll look into this next. Could it be a PAM issue?
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