unfortunately, we have a few Redhat server here that do not use the CIFS filetype, so I need to be able to mount shares on this machine using the smbfs type. Wen I execute the command...
mount -t smbfs -o username=me,password=pass,domain=DOMAIN //IPSOURCE/SHARE /FOLDERTOMOUNTTO/ -rw
I get an error telling me SMB signing is not enabled and it fails. any ideas?
It's probably worth pointing out that is I am using my notebook, I can mount this share with the CIFS filetpye just fine. So there's some issue with SMBFS specifically.