RaphaŽl Marmier wrote:
> 
> Unless you _must_ use samba, try using nfs with tcp connection through
> your vpn. It is much faster  and still reliable.
> 
> mount -t nfs -o -T host:/the/path/ /mount/point
> 
> will use tcp for transport, thus ensuring you don't suffer problems
> even in the case of a disconnection of the vpn. Of course, the server
> must supprt nfs over tcp (most bsd do that).
> 
> We use this to connect to a cvs server and it works great.

But windows does not have a freely available nfs client, unless I'm
missing something -- please point me to one if it does exist.  The whole
point of this exercise was to mount a remote FreeBSD filesystem on a
local windows box.

Brian
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