mount_smbfs 6.2-release and w2k3 standard r2
lists at jnielsen.net
Tue Jul 10 21:20:34 UTC 2007
On Tuesday 10 July 2007, Philip M. Gollucci wrote:
> Hi, I've done lots of googling and I get lots of solutions, but they
> don't work.
> I can smbclient to this share just fine:
> magneto# smbclient -U pgollucci \\\\glactus\\unix
> Domain=[RIDERWAY] OS=[Windows Server 2003 3790 Service Pack 2]
> Server=[Windows Server 2003 5.2]
> smb: \> ls
> . D 0 Fri Jul 6 20:13:59
> 2007 .. D 0 Fri Jul 6 20:13:59
> 55750 blocks of size 8388608. 55498 blocks available
> mount_smbfs -W Riderway -I A.B.C.D //pgollucci at GLACTUS/unix
> /x1/backups-cdp Password:
> mount_smbfs: unable to open connection: syserr = Connection refused
> The share is valid, I can even write to it via smbclient.
> Does any one have any great ideas ? I've tried with and with -I, -W and
> replacing HOST with ip out-right.
IIRC, Win2k3 only uses port 445 for smb/cifs by default, and our mount_smbfs
can only use 139 (or thereabouts :) ). It would be nice if mount_smbfs were
updated to work more easily with newer versions of Windows, but in the
meantime it should be possible to tell the Windows server to also accept
connections on the old port. Exactly how I don't remember ATM, but I've
done it before.
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