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Not much info here to go on but I'll take a shot. May be a Firewall issue which is often the cause IF everything else in the Samba configs are correct. Shut down the firewall(s) and try it.registered Linux user #388382
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Depends on what firewall you are using. If it is something fancy as firestarter or guarddog, you can go to the settings and enable the service or add a trusted ip. If it is a custom made firewall script you will have to use iptables manually. I suggest doing man iptables anyway.