Greetings, I am recommending a FreeBSD solution to replace an old business "file server". The old server is running Windows 2000 Professional, and the company has grown from the 5 employee setting to now two floors and approximately 15 - 20 people. They were starting to get connection errors to the Win2K machine, as I believe, without the Server version of the software, file sharing and maps are severely limited.
Anyways, my question is thus: In setting up a FreeBSD machine and utilizing Samba to support "standard" file sharing, is there any caveats or issues that anyone perceives? I've done multiple FreeBSD installations, and utilize the Samba package to provide file sharing support in other small businesses, but have not had to consider 20 connections at once. The network connection is just a simple router to switch, all gigabit, and the system I'm recommending to use as a server also has dual gigabit network ports. As well, if anyone has any web-links to recommended reading, I would greatly appreciate them. Regards, Seur Bors Legate Commander Knights Of The Old Code _______________________________________________ email@example.com mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "freebsd-questions-unsubscr...@freebsd.org"