[Samba] Remote connection to Samba service doesn't work
mueller at tropenklinik.de
Mon Jan 3 13:58:40 MST 2011
you try to connect vi internet??
and your local net? Can you work with your shares??
Is in your "hosts allow=" the subnet of your vpn??
I am doing remote domain login with openvpn without any errors.
Your host can be pinged
Ping wird ausgeführt für 22.214.171.124 mit 32 Bytes Daten:
Antwort von 126.96.36.199: Bytes=32 Zeit=17ms TTL=55
Verbindungsaufbau zu 188.8.131.52...Es konnte keine Verbindung mit dem
gestellt werden, auf Port 23: Verbinden fehlgeschlagen
OK. You can login from remote to your Host!!!!!
I think with (ex mine ) the hosts allow = 127.0.0.1 192.168.129.0/24
192.168.133.0/24 192.168.134.0/24 192.
168.132.0/24 192.168.135.0/24 10.0.11.0/24
where 10.0.11.0.0/24 is my vpn range
Fix the host allow to your vpn range.
On Mon, 3 Jan 2011 10:51:58 +0100, Mateusz Szymaniec <revan.pl at gmail.com>
> No, it's not.
> And as I've said I'm already using Samba shares from a two different
> servers on my Windows 7. I've already tried to change Windows settings
> via local policies and registry. No effect. Windows says it can't find
> the specified network name, smbclient on cygwin can't even open a
> connection. Just like there's a magical firewall blocking just the
> samba. There is no single log with my ip in it.
> Is there any simple way to test the connection itself? By telnet or
> sending just one packet, perhaps?
> You can try the host yourself, it's "revik.one.pl", ip 184.108.40.206.
> Samba is currently up and running. Even a successful connection try
> would tell something.
> On Mon, Jan 3, 2011 at 10:01 AM, Daniel Müller <mueller at tropenklinik.de>
>> Windows XP should work on the fly! Isn't it???
>> For Windows 7 you got to hack the registry. All entries HKLM.
>> You find the enties: google Windows 7 samba
>> On Fri, 31 Dec 2010 14:03:05 +0100, Mateusz Szymaniec
>> <revan.pl at gmail.com>
>>> I've got a nasty problem with Samba. Basically, I can't connect to my
>>> Samba service from a home laptop (running Windows 7). I guess that on
>>> this side everything is fine, I'm using my corporate Samba shares via
>>> VPN, I've been using Samba on my previous server and it was running
>>> OK. I've asked my buddy living nearby to connect and it didn't work
>>> for him, as well as for 15 other people across living my country. The
>>> weirdest thing is, that there are actually people that are able to
>>> connect. They were using both Windows XP and 7 and I can't really tell
>>> why. I see their connections in logs, but I can't really tell a
>>> difference between my and theirs setup.
>>> I've tried to use default Debian Etch 2.x Samba, 3.x backports
>>> version, compiled 3.x from sources, even reinstalled operating system
>>> on the server. I've used default config, copied one from my previous
>>> server, wrote it from stretch server times. Every single time it was
>>> possible to connect locally (smbclient -L localhost). On the client
>>> side, I've tried using default Windows 7 (and XP) smb/cifs
>>> implementation and cygwin's smbclient.
>>> My server ISP tells that they don't block anything and it's the first
>>> time someone has reported problem like this. My iptables are clean at
>>> the moment.
>>> Currently I'm using v. 3.2.5 with default config with one share and
>>> added user by smbpasswd.
>>> revik:~# smbclient \\\\localhost\\test
>>> Enter root's password:
>>> Domain=[REVIK] OS=[Unix] Server=[Samba 3.2.5]
>>> smb: \> ls
>>> . D 0 Fri Dec 31 13:57:25
>>> .. D 0 Fri Dec 31 13:57:16
>>> testfile 0 Fri Dec 31 13:57:25
>>> 35201 blocks of size 8388608. 33290 blocks available
>>> I don't really can think of any single idea how to make it work or
>>> where the problem actually lies.
>>> I'd appreciate any help, thanks.
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