I have two Linux boxes and a Mac.
1) Linux-1 is on an internal network. Linux-1 has a bunch of external hdd and running a samba server, smb-1, sharing files from these hdds.
2) Linux-2 has two net interfaces, one internal and one external. It mounts smb-1. It also runs samba server, smb-2 which tries to share with machines on external network.
3) Mac-OS wants to access the files and folders of smb-1 through smb-2 mount.
But it can't. It sees smb-2, and mounts it, but all it gets is the share point directory with no files. Is this setup possible ? Can I share the already shared samba server files ?