I just recently replaced my Westell 327W router/modem with a Netgear FVS318 Firewall for my home network. Now, when I am in Linux, I can no longer browse my Windows shares that I have set up on my network. On my Windows computers, I can connect without issues. I am running Slackware Linux, and I have run 'netconfig' and selected all the necessary settings to allow for DHCP (which the FVS318 is a DHCP server). The router IP adress is 192.168.0.1, and is set to obtain DNS server addresses automatically from the ISP (Verizon). My /etc/resolv.conf file appears as such:
# Generated by dhcpcd for interface eth0
I have gone through this numerous times, but do not know why I can no longer browse my network shares set up in Windows in Linux. I don't know what changed from the Westell, but I had no set up anything special there to allow for this. Any suggestions are appreciated.