I have a Linux PC on the local university network.
My network configuration is working ok: I can send/recieve mail, telnet, connect to usenet,...
Except for connections to one PC. This server is running Windows 3.1 with the bw-tcp software.
All SAMBA connections from my Linux box to this PC fail with the message `connection refused'.
The server accepts requests from other PC's and from our local HP-UX workststations using SAMBA.
Does anybody know a solution to this problem? (Upgrading the server's software is not an option, as it is not managed by myself.)