[Samba] Samba PDC: Vmware Problem
gowows at gmail.com
Sat Jun 28 13:38:24 GMT 2008
Yeah I have the entry in global section
interface = eth0 lo
bind interfaces = yes
But that doesnt work for me.
2008/6/28 Chris Jeter <cjeter at sunflowerbroadband.com>:
> interfaces = eth0 x.x.x.x
> hosts deny = ALL
> hosts allow = x.x.x.x 127.0.0.1
> in your smb.conf work?
> On Sat, 28 Jun 2008 00:21:20 +0530
> "Go Wow" <gowows at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Heya All
> > I'm having a Samba PDC on Centos machine from past 4-5 months
> > everything went one coolly untill I installed vmware on this same
> > machine to put a new server, as the hardware of the computer was very
> > good to support it. No worried with the vmware even both the servers
> > are running properly.
> > My Samba was set to use Interface eth0 with ip 192.168.50.56 . Upon
> > installation the Vmware installed two new interface called vmnet0
> > having the ip 192.168.219.1 and vmnet8 having the ip 172.16.237.1.
> > Now when my client computers try to contact the samba server there
> > are requesting either of these 2 interfaces for replies. Which I dont
> > want them to do. I want the client computers to request all the samba
> > stuff requests to 192.168.50.56and not to anyother IP's. How do I
> > achieve this?
> > As a solution to the problem I tried to add in hosts file of the
> > client computer (WINXP) the domain name and the ip of the samba
> > server ( 192.168.50.56) but it didnt work. Anyone any idea to how to
> > make it it.
> > Because of this sometimes the roaming profiles are getting loaded and
> > sometimes there are not. Thats a big risk I'm facing.
> > Please help. Thanks for your support.
> > Regards
> > Misbah
> Chris Jeter
> Senior IT Technician
> The World Company
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