I am attempting to utilize BackupPC on a Fedora 14 server to backup a remote client. As I understand, it's primary mechanism for finding clients is performing a nmblookup <clientname> This works fine for computers connected to the local network. My issue is extending ?Samba's? search to encompass our other network - the point-to-point VPNs Using OpenVPN, we have a number of road warriors who connect their VPN to gain access to the samba server. Each has a unique static IP address in the 10.30.251 range and when connected, I can find them but not samba i.e. #> ping john_laptop --- john.inspirah.com ping statistics --- 3 packets transmitted, 3 received, 0% packet loss, time 2001ms rtt min/avg/max/mdev = 9.900/14.764/24.388/6.805 ms #> nmblookup john_laptop querying john_laptop on 127.255.255.255 querying john_laptop on 10.30.7.255 name_query failed to find name john_laptop How to I configure Samba or whatever Linux service is necessary to query the 10.30.251.255 network as well -- Cheers, Andrew Mark | Development Analyst | www.aimsystems.ca local: 519-837-1072 | fax: 519-837-4063 | int'l 800-465-2961 12-350 Speedvale Ave. W. | Guelph, ON | N1H 7M7 | Canada -- This message has been scanned for viruses and dangerous content by MailScanner, and is believed to be clean.
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