Hello,I've been trawling through the task of setting up samba on the server in the network, however I'm come to a point where I've run out of ideas and search terms.
Hey guys, I'm guessing the update to samba 4 has broken my samba partially, my samba shares seem to no longer be visible, but I can still access them. Probably an out of date config file, any chance of help with it?These are super simple shares for my family home, no passwords, simple direct guest access. Windows computers are the main clients, other than my own linux ones.
I have a configured samba server on a Suse 11 machine
the problem is that when the samba server is connected to the network
the workgroup gets blocked, when i click on view workgroup computers in my network places, of a windows machine, i get a message telling that my workgroup is not accessible
when the samsa server is not on there is no problem with the workgroup
Thanks for the replie
I've read several threads regarding the setup and use of Samba, and Samba has always been working fine until recently. I didn't change anything, but for some reason, it appears that Samba only resolves hosts on the default "Workgroup" workgroup. However, the /etc/samba/smb.conf file is setup to use a different workgroup.
I have a QNAP TurboNAS with the latest firmware updated.
I can see the Samba shares from my Android devices but not from my Windows 8 and 7 computers.
Can't even see the QNAP server as a computer in the Network folder.
I used the same workgroup name for all.
In my setup, I have a FreeBSD (soon to be Debian) server hosting multiple working samba shares. I access these shares from my Windows 7 laptop and Ubuntu 12.10 desktop, all on the same LAN segment. I can mount and use the shares without any trouble. However, my server machine does not show up under "Network Devices" under Win7 or Ubuntu.
I have a Windows PC (IAMMICHAEL-PC: 192.168.0.4) and Linux server (DEVSERVER: 192.168.0.200) on my LAN. I recently changed my D-Link router to a new Netgear router (Old router and new router both on 192.168.0.1). The Linux server uses WiFi for network, and the network is working and I can access the server.
Since switching routers, I can not view the Samba server from the Windows PC.