Subject: samba, netbsd and internal network
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: None <email@example.com>
Date: 10/09/2002 14:05:18
I have several machines behind a netbsd firewall/nat router. They're on a
192.168.x.x network. Outside the firewall, I have a samba server, also
netbsd, which resides on a routable (i.e. not 192.168.x.x) network. On
this external network are also a bunch of windows machines. What I'm
trying to do is, configure the firewall (or samba) or the windows machines
behind the firewall, to see the machines outside the firewall (in network
Is this possible? Or maybe I have to tell the windows machines behind the
NAT router to search 192.168.x.x and x.x.x.x. Does anyone know how to do
this? Sorry if the description of my situation is a little broad.
Any clue or help is much appreciated.