NetBIOS over TCP. • NBT (acronym) specifications were documented in in. RFC & • Three services are essential for CIFS implementation. The Common Internet File System (CIFS) is a file sharing protocol. Client systems use this CIFS implementation(s) at any time. LIMITATION OF (ftp://ftp. portal7.info).  X/Open. Implementing CIFS not only delivers the priceless knowledge of a Samba Team File System (Christopher Hertel) · The Mirror Site (1) - PDF - Download Only.
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Implementing CIFS: For years, developers and administrators have struggled to understand CIFS, Microsoft's poorly documented standard for Internet file sharing. This book is a cross-platform guide to CIFS capabilities and behavior. Implementing CIFS not only delivers the knowledge of a Samba Team member dedicated to investigating the inner workings of CIFS, it also identifies and describes crucial specifications and supporting documents. This book is aimed at developers who want to add CIFS compatibility to their products.
The Datagram Service in Detail. Implementing a Workable Datagram Service. The Session Service in Detail.
Session Service Header. Creating an NBT Session. Maintaining an NBT Session. Closing an NBT Session. Where It All Went Wrong. The 0x1Dirty Little Secret. Twenty-five IPs or Less. Special Handling Required for 0x1B Names. Alternate Name Resolution. The Awful Truth.
Getting Started. The Server Identifier. The Directory Path. The File. Was That Trip Really Necessary? First Contact: Reaching the Server.
Interpreting the Server Identifier. The Destination Port. Transport Discovery. Connecting to the Server. SMB Message Structure. The AndX Mutation.
The Flow of Conversation. A Little More Code. Take a Break. Read All About It! Protocol Negotiation. Are We There Yet? Session Setup. Anonymous and Guest Login. Plaintext Passwords. NTLM Version 2. Random Notes on Message Authentication Codes.
Non Sequitur Time. Further Study. SMB Message Structure.
The AndX Mutation. The Flow of Conversation. A Little More Code. Take a Break. Read All About It! Protocol Negotiation. Are We There Yet? Session Setup. Anonymous and Guest Login. Plaintext Passwords. NTLM Version 2. Random Notes on Message Authentication Codes. Non Sequitur Time. Further Study. SMB Echo. Readin', Writin', and 'Rithmatic. Transaction SMBs. The Remaining Oddities. Opportunistic Locks OpLocks. A Beautiful Day in the Network Neighborhood.
Meet the Neighbors.
Browse Service Clientele. The Local Master Browser. Becoming a Backup Browser. Crossing the Street with the DMB.
Meet the Plumbing: Named Pipes. The Mailslot Metaphor.
The Talk on the Street. Making Sense of SMBtrans. Browse Service Mailslot Messages. The Better Browser Bureau. Running an Election. Timing Is Everything. Samba Browse Service Enhancements. Remote Announce. Remote Browse Sync. It Can't Happen Here.