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Re: Samba vs NFS
From: Frank Burkhardt (fbo2gmx.net)
Date: Wed Feb 23 2005 - 03:46:33 CST
On Tue, Feb 22, 2005 at 05:43:07PM -0000, net shark wrote:
> Samba uses a layer of non routable protocols (Netbios). It doesn't work
> between networks, without a NAT helper or some sort of tricks that emulate a
> samba proxy.
AFAIK this is not true. Maybe you meant 'Netbeui' which is really not routable.
Netbios itself can be used over TCP|UDP/IP (see your /etc/services, ports 137-139)
which is perfectly routable.
Nevertheless - I do not recommend using NFS or Samba as long as the network is
considered public (=insecure). Use AFS.