[Samba] SMB2 Negotiate Request

Jeremy Allison jra at samba.org
Thu Jan 20 12:24:30 MST 2011

On Wed, Jan 19, 2011 at 05:51:45PM -0800, Mike Smith wrote:
> Thanks for the reply. I have set "max protocol = smb2" and I can use
> the SMB2 protocol fine. I'll try and explain my issue better:
> When I say "negotiate request" and I talking about the packets that
> are sent between the client and server. The SMB2 protocol is driven
> by requests from the client and responses from the server. The very
> first packet that is sent from client to server contains a header
> and a message (SMB2_NEGOTIATE) that tells the server what dialects
> of the protocol the client understands.
> When I send this packet the samba server does not respond to it, and
> I time out.  Windows 7 responds to this packet as expected.
> If I use a SMB packet (instead of SMB2) and use that to negotiate a
> SMB2 connection, it will work, but what I want to know is if there
> is a reason it's not responding the the SMB2 packet as it
> (apparently) should.

Can you test this against v3-6-test please ? If it still fails
report as a bug in bugzilla and I'll get it fixed asap.

SMB2 isn't really supported in 3.5.x, 3.6.0 will be the
first production release with complete SMB2 support.



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