On 02/03/2016 05:02, O. Hartmann wrote:
I think this is a windows server problem, though I am not in a position
to make any useful suggestions
except to say that I am continually coming up against similar problems
with windows machines as well
I need to mount a CIFS share from windows server 2012 r2 via CIFS, tcp/445 as
service (tcp/139) has been deprecated due to serious vulnerability issues.
Until the disabling of NetBIOS and tcp/139 we used successfully autofs and
this is no longer working. I tried to force autofs/mount_smbfs to bind to port
445 on the
server via ://@xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:445/sharename, but this doesn't work.
Trying to mount a share from a samba 4.3 server (FreeBSD CURRENT, net/samba43,
recent sources), where I configured samba_server via smb ports = 445 to use
port tcp 445
only and only SMB2 and SMB3 (server min protocol = SMB2) protocols via the
mount_smbfs -I xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx -U a_user -W \
WORKGROUP //a_u...@xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:445/sharename /mnt
results in the error
mount_smbfs: unable to open connection: syserr = RPC struct is bad
Setting "smb ports = 139,445" and "server min protocol = NT1" seems to work,
can be bound, but this is SMB over tcp/139 and not CIFS.
I desperately need CIFS and I need tcp/445 since tcp/139 is from now on
So: what do I miss here?
sorry I cant be any more help
Kind regards and thank you in advance,
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