Re: netbios equiv. of ipxripd
Don't quote me on this but I think you have to set up the NT box as a WINS
server, click on enable DNS for NetBios name resolution in network
cotrol panel and set up samba to point to that WINS server. This should
enable you to see the NT shares from your win3.x boxes. (You will
probably also need an entry for the NT box in the lmhosts file on each of
On Wed, 2 Jul 1997, Mario Olimpio de Menezes wrote:
> I've a Debian box configured (at least I think) as a server
> for 2 subnets (it has 3 ether cards). The subnets are assigned
> reserved number (I've IP-masquerading working). Also, my DOS/Win3.x
> machines can access the Novell server transparently with ipxripd.
> Is there some similar daemon for netbios, so my win3.x
> machines can access a NT server in the backbone (connected with
> the 3rd card)? I can't also connect 2 machines on different subnets,
> because the netbios protocol isn't propagated to all cards.
> | eth1 eth2
> Linux/Samba --------Internet------------
> | eth0 |
> ---Win3.x----Win3.x----------| |---NT server
> |--Novell servers
> Any help is welcome!
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