This is the command I used:
sudo mount -t cifs //10.8.0.9/KeyA /media/KeyA/ -o username=,password=
When executing this command, the command suspiciously takes only a little amount of time (used to be 5 seconds+, now it is like 1.5 seconds), and the mount point is completely empty.
So I checked /proc/mounts to see if CIFS even did anything at all, and of course it didn't even mount the target. I have tried specifying vers=3.0 (target server minimum version), and have even tried lowering the version to 1.0 on the target server with no avail. This command worked completely fine an hour ago
Why does CIFS fail here, and why is it broken so damn always?