Re: How do I know if I'm using SMB2?

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Hi Jeremy,

Well, since I'd rather not have to look at the
actual negotiation, anything would help. I'm
just a little surprised there isn't some sort
of way to check it...And by offering a "low
debug-level message" are you saying that there
is one? Or that you could add one?



On 3/27/12 8:13 PM, Jeremy Allison wrote:
On Tue, Mar 27, 2012 at 05:03:49PM -0400, Rob Marshall wrote:

I've installed 3.6.3 on a Linux system (SLES 10) and I
am connecting from a Windows 7 VM running on my Mac. I
added "max protocol = SMB2" to my smb.conf and restarted
Samba. How can I check and verify that the protocol I'm
using is actually SMB2?

No easy way to be sure without looking at the wire traffic.

Would a low debug-level message help ?

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