Win 10 - Problem access remote shared folder over VPN - The network folder specified is currently mapped using a different user name and password
I'm trying to solve a problem of network backuping on our FreeNAS server. I've already tried CIFS (where were some issues - Linux Mint - problem to access a FreeNAS CIFS share) however I have there a performance issue, especially working with huge number of files produced by the backup proces (deja-dup backup over the net). As the second alternative I'm going to try iSCSI to map a network disk/file from a freenas server.
Here I'm describing the problem where my Linux MInt 17.3 Rosa has a problem to access a share provided through FreeNAS CIFS (version 9.10 STABLE). Windows machines have been able to access, but from the linux I had received rrror msessages.
Prerequisities and initial state:
I'm using following software versions and I had configured following intial state:
Here I will briefy describe how to mount a remote windows folder to a local mint linux machine. In general, on the web there are plenty of pages how to do that. However I will focus on situation where windows is using an active direstory or domain based authentication.
First of all install cifs-utils package
apt-get install cifs-utils
or just check if it is not already installed
Install Zabbix agent daemon into your system
apt-get install zabbix-agent
then change in file /etc/zabbix/zabbix_agentd.conf three parameters:
Server=IP of Zabbix Server
ServerActive=IP of Zabbix Server
Hostname=use the FQDN of the node where the agent runs
Do not forget to allow zabbix in your firewall rules. Zabbix agent listens on port 10050 TCP.
Then simple restart agent
service zabbix-agent restart
ASA supports netflow exports against some of Netflow collectors, for example ntopng.
Here I'm describing steps required to configure netflow statistical export using ASA CLI.
The article describes just the simplest running configuration and how to run SNMPd agent on Linux OS.
Firstly, we need to install SNMP deamon
apt-get install snmpd
Then backup config file and create new
mv /etc/snmp/snmpd.conf /etc/snmp/snmpd.conf.orig touch /etc/snmp/snmpd.conf
Write basic information into the new /etc/snmp/snmpd.conf file
Once we had a pre-shared key configured, we are not able to see them directly applying show running command, as the key is encrypted. The output displayed it as *******.
kis-asa-5515X# sh running-config | include shared ikev1 pre-shared-key ***** ikev1 pre-shared-key *****
Use more command,