FreeBSD 7.0 jail and Samba 3

P S Clermont pascal at
Wed Apr 23 12:07:29 UTC 2008

Nejc Škoberne wrote:
> Hi,
>> I'm not sending this message to the list as I've not been following 
>> the discussion; I just skimmed thru it.
> I hope you don't mind that I sent it to the list too.
>> I would check too things, a) a firewall (sorry if this has been talked 
>> about, as I said I didn't read it all) or b) enable raw sockets in 
>> jails ( security.jail.allow_raw_sockets=1 ).
>> Let me know if b) works, I plan to setup a samba server on ZFS inside 
>> a jail when I return home from my travels.
> a) I have no firewall whatsoever running.
> b) FreeBSDhost# sysctl -a | grep raw_sockets
>    security.jail.allow_raw_sockets: 1
> Thanks,
> Nejc
I have a samba3 jail serving files, and my sysctl 

Raw sockets allow direct access to the network subsystem.From a security 
standpoint there's very little reason to allow this and many reasons not to.

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