Forwarding port 139

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2007-03-20
2013-04-08
  • Piyush Ojha
    Piyush Ojha
    2007-03-20

    Hello,

    I am using MacSSH on Mac OS 9.1.  I can forward some ports without any problems, e.g. port 631 used by CUPS -- Common Unix Print System? -- on Linux,  However, forwarding local port 139 -- used by Samba Server on Linux -- does not seem to get anywhere.

    The fileserver client I am using is DAVE.  I can mount smb shares from the local network (running Windows XP as well as Samba Server on Linux) but not from a remote computer through the SSH tunnel.  Dave just hangs.

    I suspect the problem is with DAVE but I would like it confirmed that you or others have successfully forwarded port 139 and mounted smb shares.

    Thanks

    Piyush Ojha

     
    • Hello,

      I suspect the client is using synchronous calls, which won't work with MacSSH.
      The MacSSH application needs "idle calls" to process the data, but DAVE doesn't yields the CPU while waiting for data from the forwarded port.

      Best regards,

      - Jean-Pierre.

       
      • Piyush Ojha
        Piyush Ojha
        2007-03-20

        Thanks for the lightening response.

        Regards

        Piyush Ojha