[Samba] process_lanman_packet: Discarding datagram from IP 192.168.100.29. Source name STORAGE7<00> is one of our names !
torkil at drcmr.dk
Wed Jan 6 13:46:16 UTC 2016
I have a number of Linux hosts running Samba on the same two networks
and none of these show this error, even at log level 10.
If there is something wrong with both my networks, shouldn't I see the
error on all my installations?
On 01/06/2016 09:12 AM, Torkil Svensgaard wrote:
> On 01/06/2016 01:23 AM, Jeremy Allison wrote:
>>> Jan 5 23:17:32 storage4 nmbd: [2016/01/05 23:17:32.086480,
>>> 0] ../source3/nmbd/nmbd_packets.c:1174(process_lanman_packet)
>>> Jan 5 23:17:32 storage4 nmbd: process_lanman_packet:
>>> Discarding datagram from IP 172.21.140.17. Source name STORAGE4<00>
>>> is one of our names !
>> Are you forwarding broadcasts ? This is a debug level 0 log
>> coming from process_lanman_packet() telling you you have a
>> badly configured network :-).
> Is this typically a wiring/topology problem or could I have services on
> my network that forward broadcasts? Any suggestion on how to go about
> determining the source of potential forwards?
> I have a wireshark capture of packets with contents in the few seconds
> around the error, anything in particular I could look for?
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