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Thread: mount.cifs and kernel does not support SMB2 instead of SMB1

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    mount.cifs and kernel does not support SMB2 instead of SMB1

    hi,

    i tried serveral options, but it seems there ist no sles11 support for SMB v2.0.2 or newer.

    we need a mountpoint from sles11sp4 to a netapp which has now disabled smb1 for security policy reasons. is there a solution for this?

    thx in advance, hannes

    https://wiki.samba.org/index.php/LinuxCIFS
    https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/...op-using-smb1/
    http://superuser.com/questions/87466...-a-unix-client

  2. #2
    Massimo Rosen NNTP User

    Re: mount.cifs and kernel does not support SMB2 instead of SMB1

    Am 19.01.2017 um 10:24 schrieb hfuchs809:
    >
    > hi,
    >
    > i tried serveral options, but it seems there ist no sles11 support for
    > SMB v2.0.2 or newer.



    SLES11 ships with Samba 3.6, which supports SMBv2, since SLES11SP2.
    Please specify the patch and service pack status of your server, how
    exactly you're trying to access cifs, and what error (if any) you receive.

    CU,
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    Massimo Rosen
    Micro Focus Knowledge Partner
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    Re: mount.cifs and kernel does not support SMB2 instead of S

    A somewhat older thread, but for reference:

    Quote Originally Posted by Massimo Rosen View Post
    SLES11 ships with Samba 3.6, which supports SMBv2, since SLES11SP2.
    While true for the Samba version, it seems SLES 11 (even patched upto SP4+post patches) misses needed kernel enhancements to support SMBv2.
    When connecting to a SMBv2 or v3 capable share SLES 11 will actually connect to it using SMBv1. If the option to connect via SMBv1 has been disabled on the source offering the share, the mount will fail.

    Also see : https://www.suse.com/support/kb/doc/?id=7018804

    Cheers,
    Willem
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