This question might sound crazy, and maybe it is. My folder share can only be accessed through the ip address which corresponds to my wireless adapter. If someone tried to access the share through the ip address which corresponds to the wired adapter, they won't see it.
I have a samba share set up like the following:
[MyShare] path = /media/MyShare available = yes writeable = yes browsable = yes guest ok = yes read only = no create mask = 0755
The global section contains
wins support = yes
Recently I have had to disable my wireless adapter. Unfortunately, there is no longer a way to access this share. I was under the impression samba would allow access through any network connection. Does anyone know the reason for this behavior? Do I need to explicitly tell Samba which IP address or network adapter it should be using?