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This is a discussion on smbtree - SMB ; Hello everybody. I have a doubt. I have a linux station on a Lan connected to internet trough a linux firewall. Most of PC on lan are equiped with XP and '98 O.S. Executing smbtree on my linux pc I ...

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  1. smbtree

    Hello everybody.

    I have a doubt. I have a linux station on a Lan connected
    to internet trough a linux firewall.
    Most of PC on lan are equiped with XP and '98 O.S.
    Executing smbtree on my linux pc I obtain the following messages:

    smbtree
    Password:
    WORKGROUP
    \\MILANO
    \\MILANO\C$ Condivisione predefinita
    \\MILANO\ADMIN$ Amministrazione remota
    \\MILANO\D$ Condivisione predefinita
    \\MLIANO\IPC$ IPC remoto
    \\MILANO\comune
    \\LIVORNO
    cli_full_connection: failed to connect to LIVORNO<20> (0.0.0.0)
    MS
    session request to 192.168.0.120 failed (Called name not present)
    session request to *SMBSERVER failed (Called name not present)
    \\FIRENZE
    Error connecting to 62.193.236.4 (Connection refused)
    cli_full_connection: failed to connect to FIRENZE<20> (62.193.236.4)
    GRAFICA
    \\LECCE
    timeout connecting to 194.242.61.122:445
    timeout connecting to 194.242.61.122:139
    Error connecting to 194.242.61.122 (Operation already in progress)
    cli_full_connection: failed to connect to LECCE<20> (194.242.61.122)

    the doubt is: my computers all have IP 192.168.0.xxx, why smbtree
    look for other IP not in the same class? is it it's own bug or
    is due to a misconfiguration of my Lan?


    Franco

  2. Re: smbtree

    On Wed, 22 Nov 2006 13:41:57 +0100, in comp.protocols.smb , franco
    wrote:

    >Hello everybody.
    >
    >Error connecting to 62.193.236.4 (Connection refused)


    this is probably your ISP's DNS server... are you conciously using
    amenworld.com's DNS servers?


    >timeout connecting to 194.242.61.122:445
    >timeout connecting to 194.242.61.122:139


    This is probably your ISP's nearest proxy server, or some other server
    owned by your ISP. It appears to be skylab2.interhost.it which is
    certainly a webserver.

    >the doubt is: my computers all have IP 192.168.0.xxx, why smbtree
    >look for other IP not in the same class? is it it's own bug or
    >is due to a misconfiguration of my Lan?


    Its probably intended to scan all addresses in the routing table or
    something.
    When you get unusual addresses its worth using nslookup to identify
    them, it will probably explain whats going on.
    --
    Mark McIntyre

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