Subject: Re: samba, netbsd and internal network
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: None <email@example.com>
Date: 10/09/2002 15:25:14
Thanks for this excellent tip. I've found a faster solution. I listed
the hosts, that I want the firewalled windows machines to see, in their
lmhosts files. Since I really just want them to see 2 file servers
outside the firewall, it doesn't matter if machines outside the firewall
can share files with the internal machines. Now I'm running into some
samba problems. Does anyone know how to make samba use /etc/passwd
instead of smbpasswd? I'm using Samba 3.0alpha20. For 'passdb backend'
i'm using unixsam smbpasswd, but it doesnt seem to work.
Thanks for the help
Once upon a time Manuel Bouyersaid:
> This can be done with a NetBSD samba server on the NAT router, talking
> to both LANs. You have to bump the os level, to make sure it will be
> the local master browser. You'll also have to configure your samba
> server as WINS server, and tell each windows machines to use it.
> If you can't have a nmbd on the router, then use a samba server on both
> LANs, one as local master browser and the other one as domain master
> brower (which will also be local master browser for its lan) and wins
> server. You'll have to tell the local master browser the name (or IP)
> of the domain master brower.