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Allow each share to be visible/accessible only from specified network

Allow each share to be visible/accessible only from specified network

Allow each share to be visible/accessible only from specified network

(OP)
Hi there.

On my server i have three(3) shares.

They are software ,www and shared_data.
My server also has two nics that i use to allow two networks to connect.

This i what i want to try and do.

The share www and software should only be visible from network 192.168.0.0/24.

And then shared_data should only be visible from 172.16.2.0/24.


Is this possible?

thank you  

RE: Allow each share to be visible/accessible only from specified network

(OP)
Thanx that works great, i just add it to the shares i have created.

I have used this example on how to setup proftpd with mysql.
Is there a similar example that i can use with samba.

I want to add passwords and usernames to the shares

thanx

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