* Guest, Ken (kengu at credo.ie) [001110 13:30]:
> for various reasons, I decided to change the internal ip addresses
> on my home network a few nights ago.
> (from 192.168.1.x to 10.11.11.x, with masks changing from
> 255.255.255.0 to 255.0.0.0)
Taken from the Samba FAQ:
IP Address Change:
What to check:
1) Follow all instructions in DIAGNOSIS.txt from the samba docs
2) Locate you browse.dat and wins.dat files. They may be found in the
following typical locations:
If you can not locate where samba stores these files you can always run:
testparm | grep lock
3) Shut down samba.
4) Delete the browse.dat and wins.dat files
5) Restart samba.
6) Check that any files you deleted have been recreated.
7) Now follow DIAGNOSIS.txt again.
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