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- Subject: [ale] Samba
- From: dcorbin at imperitek.com (David Corbin)
- Date: Thu, 21 Mar 2002 08:14:44 -0500
Progress. I did have the "/24" style, though I had tried the other
earlier without total success. Changing the to one of the ways you
suggested, I now get:
C:\>net view \\mercury
System error 5 has occurred.
Access is denied.
testparm says everything is OK.
Joe Steele wrote:
>On Tue, 19 Mar 2002, David Corbin wrote:
>>Joe Steele wrote:
>>>On Tue, 19 Mar 2002, David Corbin wrote:
>>>>I have "hosts allow" for my LAN, but not "hosts deny"
>>>Not being familiar with your LAN -- Is gates.csol.com one of the hosts
>>>specifically included with 'hosts allow'?
>>Yes. my hosts.allow has my class C network in it, and gates has one
>>address from that class C.
>I guess a better question would have been: what does your 'hosts allow'
>entry look like? Any of the following should work:
>hosts allow = 199.233.163.
>hosts allow = 188.8.131.52/255.255.255.0
>hosts allow = .csol.com
>On the other hand, the following would probably fail silently (unless you
>had your debug level set high enough):
>hosts allow = 184.108.40.206/24
>You might check the result of the following:
> testparm gates.csol.com 220.127.116.11
>This tests whether a given host-name/address is allowed or denied by your
>smb.conf file. If it comes back saying denied, then there's a problem
>with your 'hosts allow' entry.
>If it comes back saying allowed, then the only thing I can suggest is
>shutting down samba, restarting it, then trying to repeat your steps to
>see if you are still getting the 'Connection denied' log message.
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