[Samba] Testing subnets with samba[Scanned]

Felipe Augusto van de Wiel felipe at paranacidade.org.br
Tue Jan 16 14:41:01 GMT 2007

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On 01/15/2007 11:49 AM, David Greenhall escreveu:
> OK before i start, this was something i was just testing 
> while everyone was in training this afternoon. I have
> never had to deal with subnets before as we only have a
> few users, but decided to do a little bit of messing
> around to gain some experience.
> Basically we have one server (mandriva 2006) running 
> samba, it has two 4 port ethernet cards in it but
> only utilitising one port from each card. (
> and
> Every machine on the network is using the same subnet 
> mask (
> All machines are connected using one cisco switch.
> What I tried was enabling one of the other ports on the 
> server and giving it the following details:
> IP address:
> Netmask:
> Broadcast:
> After enabling the card, everything seemed ok (I could 
> ping the machine from mine straight away) However when
> I changed my network settings (win98) to the same subnet,
> samba would not let me login.
> The message was  "password expired or logon server refused 
> connection"
> I could not login at all until I reset my network settings 
> back to the default subnet
> Would be grateful if anyone could shed some light on this 
> as I don't understand why I could not login.

	It seems that you probably have some restrictions on
the smb.conf (like not allowing other networks) or you didn't
"broadcast" properly, in any case, we will need the important
part of your smb.conf so we can check the details (and not
hard guess from the explanation). :-)

> Thanks
> Dave.

	Kind regards,

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