Leonard Isham wrote:
On Wed, 01 Dec 2004 23:29:39 -0500, Sam Dunham <samdunham@xxxxxxx> wrote:I don't think either of those, as WINS and DNS are just converting names
to ip addresses and he's using an ip address anyway so there's no WINS
or DNS involved.
Alrighty. I had a good look through the OpenVPN2.0 page on the web site
and foudn a couple of things that needed tweeking. Routing problem
resolved. I can ping the VPN interface, the internal interface, and any
ip of any machine on the internal subnet. w00t!
Now the bad news. I can't map samba shares. When I try a "net use q:
\\192.168.0.2\clients /user:username" I get the following error:
"System Error 64 has ocurred.
The specified network name is no longer available."
Is this going to be a WINS issue or a DNS issue or something completely
I don't know SAMBA, but I'd have to say WINS.
Could be worth checking the samba config and the networks it is
configured to respond to.
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