Day: <span>May 1, 2002</span>

Our static server is a Linux machine that runs Samba, to allow our Windows servers to create files to be served by Apache on the Linux server.

We have Windows computers in two separate subnets, which all need to be able to connect to the Linux server via Samba. The Windows computers in the same subnet can connect just fine, but the ones in the other subnet can’t.

Question for Samba experts: How do we configure Samba so that the Windows compuers in subnet A can mount a Samba share on the Linux machine that’s running in subnet B?

If you know the answer, please send email to, or post a reply in my discussion group. Thanks!

Jake's Brainpan

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