I think there has been some discussion conserning this, but at least I
haven't had this working, YET.
I have an NT 3.51 and linux (with samba-1.9.15p8) in my own c-class
ip-network. I can browse this c-class:s computers fine (maybe not
using samba), but I can't browse another c-class:s computers. I can
connect to them, if I know their current resources (I have to
configure sambas lmhosts-file).
So is there some way to configure samba so, that I can see my own
c-class as one network(folder) and another c-class is in another
folder, browseable. In another c-class, there are Windows NT 3.51 wins
server, but no samba.
I think this could be set somehow by configuring sambas broadcast
addresses, but I couldn't configure my samba so, that browsing works?
If someone knows something abt. this, please write.