I'm still trying to get this Linux server fully functional. I am currently
tryinng to get samba working correctly.
I've gone through the trouble shooting section of O' Reilly's Samba book and
the linux side checks out. However when I go to map a dirve in NT I am told
that "The account is not authorized to login from this station". How can I
resolve this problem.
One other problem I'm having is trying to connect to the internet from the
Linux box. I have to go through a proxy serever but I have this in the
connection section of Netscape. It still doesn't work. Any suggestions ?
>From: Vincent Cunniffe <vcunniff at dogma.slashnull.org>
>To: John White <j_white78 at hotmail.com>, ilug <ilug at linux.ie>
>Subject: Re: [ILUG] Network/IP Problem
>Date: Tue, 21 Mar 2000 13:50:42 +0000
>>John White wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I installed Linux this morning on a Dell Server which up until then
> > only with Win NT. Now it's the first Linux only box here.
> > My problem is that I selected the DHCP option at install time for the
> > network, thinking this would resolve all the network pararmeters
> > automatically. It did not go completly to plan.
> > I am now able to ping other machines on the network but I am not able to
> > connect to the Web server using the IP address. I feel that the problem
> > could be with the IP address that I was giving. I think it's not
> > there any way of checking the correct IP address in Linux.
>>Can you show us the output from 'ifconfig' and 'netstat -nr', please...?
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