unable to connect to samba server
mandrake 10.1, has 2 nics, one on 192.168.1.x other 192.168.0.x .1.x is the nic setup for internet access, the 0.x is for internal lan. my xp box on the 0.x subnet can get on the internet, do whatever, even have shorewall forwarding ports to get to my xp box from the outside world. from the xp box should I be able to ping the 0.x nic on the linux box (the lan nic) cause all I get is destination host unreachable.
do those ping results have anything to do with the reason I get, is not accesible, you might no have persmissions to use this network resource etc when trying to access the linux box via samba? I can see the samba server from my xp box.. just cannot access it. I went through the smb.conf file.. I think its all right.. any ideas what may be going on?