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Routing, network cards, OSI, etc. Anything is fair game.
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Folling the trail of thought, it seems as though cifs is not a complete replacement for the old SMB mounting so the problem I suggest is that you should be using the smbfs filesystem and not cifs. You can do this by using mount.smbfs which should then mount it. Now I am getting a corruption with the directory listing which I guess is to do with codepages, etc. If I can figure this out then maybe I can get it to work .
I am suffering with exactly the same issue. using mount.cifs I get the error 20.... and using mount.smbfs it seems to work but browsing the dir just shows rubbish. If you get any further please post your findings