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  1. Keep up the good work. I am very impressed.
  2. SMB2 support was introduced in 3.6.0: https://wiki.samba.org/index.php/Samba_3.6_Features_added/changed#SMB2_support
  3. This is so sexxy. Thank you!
  4. I created a separate thread:
  5. The trick for me was to reflash the SBR at the end, that gets both ports going. Try that. I tested this on a11 and a21. cheers.
  6. Attached are files to flash to P20 FW LSI 9211-8i. Enjoy. PS. I decided to create a separate thread for this due to repetitive questions on the same subject. Based on your version A11 or A21, choose the appropriate files. Create a bootable USB with Rufus and FreeDOS: https://rufus.akeo.ie/ Backup Links: http://romtruck.pw/xlam/d2607/ -- Boot into FreeDOS: 1) MegaCli.exe -AdpAllInfo -aAll |find /i "sas address" > sas_addr.txt 2) MegaRec.exe -readsbr 0 orig.sbr 3) MegaRec.exe -cleanflash 0 4) MegaRec.exe -writesbr 0 sbr-a21.bin or MegaRec.exe -writesbr 0 sbr-a11.bin 5) MegaRec.exe -cleanflash 0 Boot into EFI: mount fs0 fs0: or mount fs# (# is the number for your USB) sas2hax -o -f 2118it.bin -noreset reboot into EFI sas2hax -o -f 2118it.bin -b mptsas2.rom sas2hax -o -sasadd <sas address from sas_addr.txt> Boot into FreeDOS: MegaRec.exe -writesbr 0 sbr-a21.bin or MegaRec.exe -writesbr 0 sbr-a11.bin ** DONE ** --- D2607.7z
  7. Alright let me shed some light on how flashing of Fujitsu D2607 is actually done to be successful. I've flashed about 20 of them by now. -- Boot into FreeDOS: Get your current SAS Addres: 1) MegaCli.exe -AdpAllInfo -aAll |find /i "sas address" > sas_addr.txt Write down your SAS Address: type sas_addr.txt Read your current SBR: 2) MegaRec.exe -readsbr 0 orig.sbr Cleanflash (yes, do this first or it might fail) 3) MegaRec.exe -cleanflash 0 Flash based on a11 or a21 model: 4) MegaRec.exe -writesbr 0 sbr-a21.bin or MegaRec.exe -writesbr 0 sbr-a11.bin Cleanflash again (yes, do this second time because you flashed another SBR): 5) MegaRec.exe -cleanflash 0 Boot into EFI shell and navigate to the USB, your device might be fs0, fs1, fs2, fsN (where N is the number): fs0: Flash the 9211 Firmware: sas2hax -o -f 2118it.bin Note: Ignore the warning about failed to reset adapter after flashing, this is expected. reboot into EFI: Flash 9211 Firmware and BIOS: sas2hax -o -f 2118it.bin -b mptsas2.rom Add your SAS Address that you got sas2hax -o -sasadd <sas address from sas_addr.txt> Boot into FreeDOS: You need to reflash the SBR for both ports to work: MegaRec.exe -writesbr 0 sbr-a21.bin or MegaRec.exe -writesbr 0 sbr-a11.bin ** DONE ** --
  8. Will do over the weekend. I can get you a full nessus assessment as well.
  9. I wouldn't call this random stuff, I would however say that a bit more security should be enforced.
  10. smbstatus will only display open streams. Try to access a share with LE8 after applying the changes.
  11. Too may [global] definitions, try to consolidate it into one: #smb local master configuration [global] domain master = yes preferred master = yes os level = 255 #smb local master configuration end #exclude_Apple_DS_files_start veto files = /._*/.DS_Store/ #exclude_Apple_DS_files_end #vfs_recycle_start #Recycle bin configuration syslog only = No log level = 0 vfs:0 #vfs_recycle_end #ezhik changes start min protocol = SMB2 #ezhik changes end
  12. If you set on the server: settings -> smb -> Samba extra configuration: min protocol = SMB2 --- Click Apply. Try to open a share with LE8. ssh to your unraid host and run "smbstatus". You should get a response like: Samba version 4.5.10 PID Username Group Machine Protocol Version Encryption Signing ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 12019 kodi users 10.10.172.5 (ipv4:10.10.172.5:40130) SMB3_00 - HMAC-SHA256 Except in your case it would be SMB2_00
  13. I think I see where the problem is. In your ~/.smb/smb.conf keep only and remove the rest: [global] client min protocol = SMB2 client max protocol = SMB2 (Obviously make a backup of the smb.conf to smb.conf.bak)
  14. According to the samba documentation, smb2 is supported by the version LE8 is shipped with which is SAMBA 3.6.25. So defining min and max to be the same protocol on the client side should work. in your ~/.smb/smb.conf: [global] client min protocol = SMB2 client max protocol = SMB2
  15. You can apply the following: Minimum: min protocol = SMB2 Optimal: guest ok = no null passwords = no lanman auth = no restrict anonymous = 2 encrypt passwords = yes server signing = mandatory ntlm auth = no
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