"In Part 1 we set up a simple anonymous Samba file and printer
server. Now we're going to share it across subnets. Both Windows
and Linux clients will be able to use this server. Our example
network has three segments...
"For ease of discussion, we'll call them lan1, lan2, and lan3.
Our Samba server sits on lan1, with an address of 192.168.1.10.
lan2 and lan3 contain a motley assortment of Windows and Linux
clients. In this example there is no domain controller, but only a
peer network. We'll get to Windows-type domains in a moment..."
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