You could be SOL then.=20

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Michael Voss [mailto:m.voss@audioone.de]=20
> Sent: Tuesday, March 28, 2006 10:30 AM
> To: Barry, Christopher
> Subject: AW: [Samba] Access shares over IPSEC
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> Hm, but i don't no where i can this make.
> We connect over an IPSec-Client and here is it impossible to=20
> make WINS-entry.
> I become a local Ip (i.e. 192.168.10.50) and that's all. I=20
> can't see my details of the IPSec connection.
> I have a internet connection via UMTS and with "ipconfig=20
> /all" I see only the details of the UMTS-internet connection.
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> Regards,
> Michael.
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> > -----Urspr=FCngliche Nachricht-----
> > Von: samba-bounces+m.voss=3Daudioone.de@lists.samba.org=20
> > [mailto:samba-bounces+m.voss=3Daudioone.de@lists.samba.org] Im=20
> > Auftrag von Barry, Christopher
> > Gesendet: 28. Mrz 2006 17:14
> > An: samba@lists.samba.org
> > Betreff: RE: [Samba] Access shares over IPSEC
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> > > if we connect our company network over a IPSec Client, we=20

> > can connect=20
> > > at windows shares, but not the shares on our samba (2.8) server.=20
> > > Error: network path not found.
> > > All other services on the linux box are accessible, (ssh, telnet,=20
> > > ping, etc...) so I think this is not a routing problem.
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> > have your remote guys configure WINS in their advanced TCP/IP=20
> > config on
> > their windows clients to point to your WINS server (on that=20

> same samba
> > box probably)
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> > -C
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