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>Hi,

togehther,

size=3D2> 


>my problem

is:

size=3D2> 


>if we connect our

company network over a IPSec Client, we can connect at windows sh=
ares, but not
the


>shares on our samba

(2.8) server. Error: network path not found.


>All other services

on the linux box are accessible, (ssh, telnet, ping, etc...) so I=
think this is
not a routing

size=3D2>problem.

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>I hope, anyone has

an idea.

size=3D2> 

size=3D2>Michael.

size=3D2> 

size=3D2> 


>The global

options:

size=3D2> 

size=3D2>[global]
   workgroup =3D xxxxxxxxxx R>  
server string =3D xxxxxxxxx Main Server

 


>  

interfaces =3D eth0 lo
   debug level =3D 4
&nbsp=
;  load
printers =3D no
   printing =3D cups
DIV>
 


>   max log

size =3D 5000
   security =3D user
   e=
ncrypt passwords =3D
yes
   unix password sync =3D yes
   pa=
sswd program =3D
/usr/bin/passwd %u
   add user script =3D useradd -d=
/dev/null -s
/bin/false %u

 


>   os

level =3D 128
   local master =3D yes
 &nbsp=
; domain master =3D
yes
   domain logons =3D yes
   preferr=
ed master =3D
yes
   wins support =3D yes
   name res=
olve order =3D
hosts wins lmhosts bcast

 


>   time

server =3D yes
   time offset =3D 0
IV>
 


>   logon

drive =3D h:
   logon script =3D %U.bat
 &nb=
sp; logon path =3D href=3D"file://\\%L\profile\%U">\\%L\profile\%U
=

 


>   logon

home =3D \\%L\%U
V>
 


>  

username map=3D/etc/samba/user.map

 


>   client

code page =3D 850
   character set =3D ISO8859-1
=
   mangle
case =3D yes
   case sensitive =3D no
 &nbsp=
; default case =3D
lower
   preserve case =3D yes
   short=
preserve case =3D
yes

 


>   dos

filetimes =3D yes
   dos filetime resolution =3D
yes

 


>   map

hidden =3D yes
   map system =3D yes
DIV>
 

size=3D2>;TUNING

 


>   kernel

oplocks =3D no
   wide links =3D no
  =20=
follow symlinks =3D
no
   deadtime =3D 15
   keep alive =3D=

120
   getwd cache =3D yes
   socket op=
tions =3D
TCP_NODELAY

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