Quoting "Bjoern A. Zeeb" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> (from Fri, 3 Oct 2008 08:21:53 +0000 (UTC)):

3) In samba it used to be the
        interfaces =
   config option that you would set to the (primary) IP of your jail.

With the above you should be able to address the samba server inside
the jail and exchange files and all that. At least I was able to back
then. Things may have changed.

I have samba running in a jail (8-current from a month or two ago, no multi-IP patch). No problems here.

Depending on your setup browsing via good old braodcast stuff might
not work but in any modern setup that should no longer be needed imho.

I use it with network drives, so I'm not sure about broadcasts...


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