On Fri, 2004-04-02 at 01:01, Christiaens Joachim wrote:
> ----Original Message-----
> > From: Andy Prasetya [mailto:andyprasetya at netscape dot net]
> > Sent: dinsdag 30 maart 2004 17:32
> > To: Christiaens Joachim
> > Subject: Re: [m0n0wall] Samba Connection
> >>> Please help me in setting up the M0n0walls, and providing a Samba
> >>> peer-to-peer connection between workstation A and B.
> >>> Thank you very much.
> >> Your situation is not very clear to me. How do these networks connect? Do
> >> you have 3 m0n0wall's or are these 3 interfaces?
> >> Regards,
> >> Joachim
> > Yes, I have 3 M0n0wall in the network. For a clear situation, please open
> the attached
> > image.
> > Thank you very much for your attention.
> Well, as it seems to me, you will need to have a rule that permits port
> 137-139 TCP/UDP (this could still be put a little narrower) on both m0n0wall
> 2 and 3, for both the LAN and WAN interface.
> In this situation, you better put a static route in m0n0wall 2
> (192.168.2.0/24 -> gw 192.168.0.3) and one in m0n0wall 3 (192.168.1.0/24 ->
> gw 192.168.0.2). Finally, add both routes to m0n0wall 1.
> You should also 'Enable enhanced NAT', so this won't bother you.
> Don't forget to let private ip's pass m0n0 2 and 3 too.
> Hope this helps,
That's not all that's needed. Actually, ports 135, 137-139 and 445 are
needed (445 is used in a Windows 2000/2003/XP SMB network. Just 137-139
won't be enough.
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