I have installed openwrt v18.6.2 on a PlusNet Hub One successfully. I then installed the app to talk to USB devies and Samba36. I was able to access (read/write/create folders) the share USB from three Windows 10 PCs for several days, then one PC refused the connection stating it did not accept SMB1. To my knowledge the Windows PC in question did not receive any updates. I assume that the Samba 36 package implements SMB3.
I have added the following lines to /etc/samba/smb.conf.template:
client max protocol = SMB3 client min protocol = SMB2 server max protocol = SMB3 server min protocol = SMB2
The PCs which still works report:
Edition: Windows 10 Home; Version: 1803; Build: 17134.590
Edition: Windows 10 Pro; Version 1809; Build: 17763.316
The PC which worked until Monday this week but now fails reports;
Edition: Windows 10 Pro; Version: 1803; OS Build: 1734.590
I understand that Microsoft stopped including SMB1 support from Edition 1709 however all PCs report in their Samba server config:
EnableSMB1Protocol : True
EnableSMB2Protocol : True
The Samba client configuration files on all 3 PC are identical.
Can anyone explain:
- why one PC stopped workign from one day to the next?
- how to get the failed PC back working?
Thanks for any help.