Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Allow Samba Services To Connect

Previously, I installed samba in my desktop to allow it to share files among other devices in the local network. I could not make my android tablet and smartphone connect or make it see the desktop. I forgot to allow the samba service in my firewall. So to do that I have to open a terminal and get root priveleges.

# ip addr
##to get my ip address

# ufw allow from 192.168.15.0/24
##to allow any connections from the LAN, local network

# ufw status verbose
##to check the status of the firewall


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