one way network access problems
jonathan at bluesunhosting.com
Thu Nov 8 20:47:45 MST 2007
On 08 Nov 2007, at 18:33, Mike Lovell wrote:
> Dr. Scott S. Jones wrote:
>> Help...linux to xp networking
>> I can't connect from linux to xp, on LAN with two linux boxes (one
>> sarge, other etch).
>> What I can do, is surf the web, ping, email, all that works from XP
>> out. I
>> can connect to both linux boxes AND to a virtual windows instance
>> on sarge,
>> running on Win4Lin. I can even print to a printer connected to
>> sarge, via
>> printer share on that virtual windows session.
>> What I can NOT do is mount a shared C: drive on XP from either Debian
>> machine, nor can I connect the other direction from virtual windows
>> I made sure all the DNS settings were the same for sarge, etch, XP
>> and the
>> virtual windows machine. That then allowed XP to access the web;
>> still, no
>> other machine can access XP.
>> How do I get this all working? It worked fine until I powered
>> down, hooked the three machines up via hardware KVM switch, to use
>> my one
>> large monitor. How do I get XP to let the other machines talk to it?
>> I know this is a linux list, but am hoping someone can point me in
>> the right
> Did the XP Firewall get enabled? I have seen it get enabled by
> itself sometimes. It is definitely sounding like something on the XP
> box is blocking traffic.
What service on XP are you trying to connect to?
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