[linux-help] Re: Masquerading...& not SAMBA
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Just restrict your samba server to local ip adresses (I.E. 192.168.x.x) this
will keep outside conection from being able to connect to your server with
samba. Your computers on your internal network should have an interal IP
just make sure you only allow eather a range of interal IPs or just certian
IPs to accsess it.
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