dave at brockmans.com
Tue Aug 20 19:03:36 UTC 2013
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On 8/20/2013 2:54 PM, Ed King wrote:
> hmmm, I was under the impression that samba/cifs was not routeable
> over the internet... don't have time to verify/research right
Well, it *shouldn't* be! There were days when you could indeed run
SMB over TCP/IP across the Internet, but even Comcast filters 138/139
on business connections these days.
> I vaguely remember performing some sort of voodoo a few years ago
> using putty ssh tunnel and I had the "public folder" at the main
> office appear as a windows drive letter on my WinXP box, located at
> a remote office. The ssh tunnel was easy; the voodoo was on the
> Windows side.
> I've slept (upside down, hanging from a tree) since then...
I've mounted my linux filesystems via SSHFS on a Windows Machine
before. It worked OK, it was pretty slow due to the encryption
overhead. And I toss DVD sized ISOs around the network all the time,
it wasn't fast enough for my needs.
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