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My network ip is I had to setup another ip range 192.168.1.x as I have a few computers that tunnel through another network. I have a separate samba server The new ip range need to access the samba server. I have added the new ip range to samba but when I try to map it wont even allow me into samba How do I achieve this. Thank you.

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Did you assign a second ip-address to the interface of the samba server. You can only see it on not on even if it is on the same wire. I suggest you add An other option is to widen the network mask on your networks to This will make one large network with to subsets. one is not visible to the outside world.

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