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I'm writing this from the samba server's perspective. If you don't have access to a gui or prefer to do things in the command line you can replace step 5 with: First, work out which ports samba is listening on. This can be done with this command: netstat -tulpn | egrep "samba|smbd|nmbd|winbind" You'll see something like this: tcp 0 0 ...


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For optimal performance and reliability iSCSI storage is typically connected to hosts via a dedicated network (or, in some cases, multiple dedicated networks).Rather than a "backup network", I think you should be thinking about a dedicated storage network. Doing that could be as simple as dedicating a couple of inexpensive layer 2 switches to handling only ...



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