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some terms like
sms(simple media system right?)
what are these call cuss i have no knowlage on the network department
but when i learn something it stay's in my memory
@savov u said something about network connection matching what's involved with that
@bootlegninja i did that already so i'm almost on the right step then. sound good thanks for the help
if i get this all figured out i might make a step to step guide.
Here, this might help a little bit:
SMB setup on Windows XP
SCPH-30001 [V4] - unmodded (2)
SCPH-30001-R [V5] DMS4 Pro SE
SCPH-50001-N [V9] CC 2.0 SLE
SCPH-79001 [V16] Silver - unmodded
How are your PC and console connected? Directly (you need cross-over ethernet cable) or with router/hub? In OPNUSBLD there are network settings (under settings - network configuration menu). Make sure everything (IP,dns, gateway and the PC IP) is correctly entered. The same goes to the PC if you are using direct connection. Also which revision of opnusbld you are using and where did you get it from?
Originally Posted by zin0099
Another thing to beware of is the "netbios over tcip/ip" setting. This must be "Enable" to use samba with 445 port. Actually, windows and the other OSes that uses samba, use file sharing ports, not 445 port which is netbios over tcp/ip port. So, you must enable this setting in the "Internet protocol v4" settings in ethernet's properties page.
I can't use open usb loader with smb option. Because I can't disable authentication from my sharing. So I have to wait until OUL is able to authenticate over samba.
It works for me no matter which of these 3 settings I choose.
Originally Posted by oruchreis
I ahave to correct:
SMB protocol is transport independent. port 139 is NBT session service port.
But when running naked, SMB defaults to port 445, this is the case for all windows and samba based servers.
Are you sure of this ?
Originally Posted by oruchreis
Because this is not supposed to be some global 'disable switch'.
Windows will handle both authenticated and unauthenticated sharing at the same time. The difference lies in whether a specific share has access permission for "Guest" or not. (included in the usergroups "Guests" and "Everyone" as well). For shares that have such permissions set anonymous access will be allowed (by default read_only of course), while shares that do not have any such 'Guest' permission set will always demand authentication.
I thought so too earlier, but after experimenting a bit with 'Guest' access (which I had never used before) I soon found that it can easily be combined with secure access. You just have to pay attention to the configuration of share permissions.
So I have to wait until OUL is able to authenticate over samba.
Best regards: dlanor
You probably do have it even if not aware of it, as it is a standard part of every Windows installation. If not using simple file sharing then you can disable that account (which I did previously), but it must be enabled in order for any anonymous file sharing to work, such as needed for USBLoader SMB.
Originally Posted by Bootlegninja
With 'simple file sharing' active the user will never see individual accounts or detailed permissions, since every active share will be shared with 'Everyone', including the 'Guest' account.
Yes, 'for simple file sharing' that is all you can do.
Just right click on the folder you want to share, select "Sharing and Security"
Next, check the box "Share this folder on the network" and make the share namePS2SMB
All the more advanced configuration dialogs are then unavailable.
Or with an already working network configured by other means.
click OK. Please note that you should only do this after running the networking wizard.
(I hate that type of 'wizard' as they always make default assumptions that never suit me...)
Best regards: dlanor
I meant that the Guest account is disabled via Control panel > User Accounts. I assumed the Guest Account there was what we were talking about.
Originally Posted by dlanor
@dlanor, I mean when I say that I can't, it is because I can't. I mean, I'm in a work network that I must not enable Guest account in my network. There is some files that someone must not see in my shared folders. So, I have to use authenticated sharing. Also I'm network and system admin, so I'm aware of these network issues.
By the way, I decided to disable authentication temporarily for testing the smb option. I disabled firewall too. I started a capture process with WireShark, so I can see all of ingoing and outgoing protocol packets. I configured open usb loader for using network. But I was not able to connect to my pc. I also checked the wireshark's captured packets. But there was nothing about smb and 445 port. So, I searched on internet for ps2 network ability on ps3. Someone has problem on some games to connect to online gaming with ps2 games in ps3. I think, open usb loader, or another ps2 apps can't use network in ps3. am I worng?
I'm waiting your answers.
Sorry for my English...