Hi there,Nobody replied to my questions about configuring a virtual samba server as a domain member.
Isn't anyone using this feature? Is it supposed to work with samba 3.4.x/3.6.x?
s, Fernando Lozano -------- Mensagem original -------- Assunto: samba virtual server x domain membership Data: Thu, 12 Jul 2012 10:53:11 -0300 De: Fernando Lozano <fernando@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> Para: samba@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Hi there, I have a samba server (version 3.6) named 'lnbxservcid' which is already a member of a domain whose PDC is another samba server (version 3.4). I'm using the standard samba3 packages from centos and from servnet (as CentOS.4 comes with only samba 3.0.x, but later CentOS releases came with samba3-3.4.x packages). I wish to create on the lnxservcid machine another samba server (a virtual server) so I don't need to change login scripts and windows client UNC paths that point to a server which will be retired. The idea is each virtual server will show it's own set of shares. I tryed a test setup following instructions from: http://www.samba.org/samba/docs/man/Samba-HOWTO-Collection/cfgsmarts.html On restart, domain member clients (windows machines) can connect to lnxservcid normally. But trying to connect to lnxservteste shows a login prompt, and no domain user works. It looks like I have to add machine lnxservteste to the domain. But neither "net join" or "smbpasswd" have options to tell the name of the machine (virtual server) to join, and lnxservcid is already joined. Any idea? I changed lnxservcid /etc/samba/smb.conf adding "netbios aliases", "smb ports" and "include" statements: [global] netbios name = lnxservcid security = domain netbios aliases = lnxservteste smb ports = 139 include = /etc/samba/smb-%L.conf [work] path=/mnt/work And then I created /etc/samba/smb-lnxservteste.conf [global] workgroup = IBP netbios name = lnxservteste [teste] path = /mnt/teste Should I point net join or smbpasswd to smb-lnxservteste.conf file? Or should I change the local hostname to tool those utilites? Or isn't this setup supposed to work? No "samba virtual server" tutorial I found on google told about domain membership. :-( And by the way, will the need to use "smb ports = 139" prevent Windows 7 clients from using my servers? So far I tried with only Windows XP clients. s, Fernando Lozano -- To unsubscribe from this list go to the following URL and read the instructions: https://lists.samba.org/mailman/options/samba -- To unsubscribe from this list go to the following URL and read the instructions: https://lists.samba.org/mailman/options/samba
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