On Tuesday 10 July 2007, John Nielsen wrote: > On Tuesday 10 July 2007, Philip M. Gollucci wrote: > > Hi, I've done lots of googling and I get lots of solutions, but they > > don't work. > > > > I can smbclient to this share just fine: > > magneto# smbclient -U pgollucci \\\\glactus\\unix > > Password: > > Domain=[RIDERWAY] OS=[Windows Server 2003 3790 Service Pack 2] > > Server=[Windows Server 2003 5.2] > > smb: \> ls > > . D 0 Fri Jul 6 20:13:59 > > 2007 .. D 0 Fri Jul 6 > > 20:13:59 2007 > > > > 55750 blocks of size 8388608. 55498 blocks available > > BUT > > BUT > > > > mount_smbfs -W Riderway -I A.B.C.D //[EMAIL PROTECTED]/unix > > /x1/backups-cdp Password: > > mount_smbfs: unable to open connection: syserr = Connection refused > > > > The share is valid, I can even write to it via smbclient. > > > > Does any one have any great ideas ? I've tried with and with -I, -W and > > replacing HOST with ip out-right. > > IIRC, Win2k3 only uses port 445 for smb/cifs by default, and our > mount_smbfs can only use 139 (or thereabouts :) ). It would be nice if > mount_smbfs were updated to work more easily with newer versions of > Windows, but in the meantime it should be possible to tell the Windows > server to also accept connections on the old port. Exactly how I don't > remember ATM, but I've done it before.
I hate not remembering things, so I just verified this on a Windows Server 2003 box I have access to. This feature (listening on port 139) is tied to NETBIOS over TCP/IP. Make sure it's enabled on the WINS tab of the Advanced TCP/IP settings dialog for the interface. JN _______________________________________________ firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"