However, you can force use SMB 3.0 on samba site (will work if all your clients support SMB 3 protocol) as an example: client min protocol = SMB3 client max protocol = SMB3 "testparm -v | grep protocol" shows: client ipc max protocol = default client ipc min protocol = default client max protocol = default client min protocol = CORE server max protocol = SMB3 server min protocol = LANMAN1 According to the man page: "The value default refers to NT1." (In reply to Rich from comment #25) > > I have included both settings > client max protocol = NT1 > server min protocol = NT1 > SELinux and firewall both disabled. I suspect that is because it is trying to auto-negotiate and attempting the default which is NT1, while the server wants SMB2 minium, so the server rejects it. あれ？サーバーに接続できない・・・いつからだろう？ どうやら、Windows10にアップグレードしたことで、sambaサーバーにアクセスできなくなってしまったようだ。他のNASを使っていたので気付かなかったが、こんなことになっていたなんて。 Windows10からアクセスできる設定 2019/07/23 Introduction. Long filename support. This parameter is a synonym for server max protocol.
例: client ipc max protocol = SMB2_10 client max protocol に、有効なプロトコル のすべての一覧がある。値 CORE, COREPLUS, LANMAN1, LANMAN2 は、自動的に NT1 にアップグレードされる。 既定値: client ipc max protocol = default. Samba 4.10 made it possible to set min/max protocol version via libsmbclient API. SYNOPSIS. Default: client max protocol = SMB3 Example: client max protocol = LANMAN1 client min protocol (G) This setting controls the minimum protocol version that the client will attempt to use.
Important links. Normally this option should not be set as the automatic negotiation phase in the SMB protocol takes care of choosing the appropriate protocol. Possible values are : LANMAN1: First modern version of the protocol. LANMAN2: Updates to Lanman1 protocol. The complete description of the file format and possible parameters held within are here for reference purposes. This is Linux Mint 19.3, codename Tricia. The default min client protocol is CORE, and max protocol default is NT1, which is why both client min/max protocol must be set to SMB2/SMB3 respectively. Release Notes for Linux Mint 19.3 MATE. > Still can not see Windows 7 nor Windows 10 machines on the network in > Nautilus.
server max protocol (G) The value of the parameter (a string) is the highest protocol level that will be supported by the server. You should then be able to see the workgroup and the hosts in the network neighbourhood. Samba 4.8 changed default 'client max protocol' from NT1 to SMB3, together with fixes of Badlock, it broke browsing smb:// with default settings, because only NT1 (SMB1) protocol can browse network. Linux Mint 19.3 "Tricia" MATE Edition. The smb.conf file is a configuration file for the Samba suite.smb.conf contains runtime configuration information for the Samba programs. You can change GPO settings to allow this. "client max protocol = NT1" is all that is needed for browsing to work (I just tried it). ... client max protocol = NT1; Save the file and reboot.