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Hi Everybody! I'm configuring an IPv6-Only network, the OS i'm using is Debian Lenny 506 and the problem is that i cant put Samba 3.2 working. After configuring the entire ...
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    Question Samba 3.2 & IPv6


    Hi Everybody!

    I'm configuring an IPv6-Only network, the OS i'm using is Debian Lenny 506 and the problem is that i cant put Samba 3.2 working.
    After configuring the entire system, when i try to join to the domain(net ads join -U Administrator), returns Segmentation Fault...
    With the same configuration but on IPv4 all works fine.

    Does anyone know if this is a bug or a possible error in my configuration? It works with IPv4 and i found no specific Samba configuration for IPv6. So I guess it's not a configuration problem.

    The solution i found was install Debian Backport for Samba, Samba 2.5 that ships with Debian Squeeze...


    Thanks in advance.

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    Samba and ipV6

    Quote Originally Posted by k0rn View Post
    Hi Everybody!

    I'm configuring an IPv6-Only network, the OS i'm using is Debian Lenny 506 and the problem is that i cant put Samba 3.2 working.
    After configuring the entire system, when i try to join to the domain(net ads join -U Administrator), returns Segmentation Fault...
    With the same configuration but on IPv4 all works fine.

    Does anyone know if this is a bug or a possible error in my configuration? It works with IPv4 and i found no specific Samba configuration for IPv6. So I guess it's not a configuration problem.

    The solution i found was install Debian Backport for Samba, Samba 2.5 that ships with Debian Squeeze...


    Thanks in advance.
    Check out the following links they may help:

    Samba does IPv6 - Living with IPv6

    Erion IPv6 Blog Blog Archive Linux CIFS Client IPv6 Name Resolution Patch

    Cheers!
    etech97

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    I already seen these links.



    Thanks anyway etech97

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    I'm sorry.....I'm out of ideas Maybe some one will come around with more experience than me The only other thing that I can think of...which you most certainly have taken care of is; the router being capable of ipV6.

    Cheers and good luck!!!

    etech97

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