Samba Problem, network card recently switched
1st time poster. I'm having Samba issues. Here's the back story:
2 weeks ago file serving, ftp, IM and networking for my file server went down. I noticed an Solid Orange Light w/ Yellow Blinking Light. After a bit of research and troubleshooting, I added a pci network card to replace the onboard port, that I diagnosed as failing. Added new card, disabled old onboard network port and ran it. FTP, IM, and Apache came back up, but Samba did not. I reconfigured the new card with the old settings, so as far as I'm concerned the TCP/IP settings are the same as before my the swap. The only differences I can think of are:
new card is eth1, not eth0
New computer added to network that has NetBUI (don't know if it matters, but currently it's a variable)
I'm running Fedora 7 w/ Samba 3.02817.
Things I've tried:
1. Restarted the dang thing
2. Restarted services (nmb and smb)
3. Checked cables
4. Checked network switches and routers
5. Restarted network devices
6. Disabled Firewall to test (no dice)
7. All yum updates possible have been run (updates are no longer available)
As far as I know all config files have not changed. This includes:
Please help. Thank you in advance.