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There’s seldom a reason to change the global protocol parameters. Their defaults match
most situations. However,the protocols Samba uses to communicate can be custom
designed for a particular environment using the global protocol parameters.

It’s often prudent in troubleshooting to temporarily comment out explicitly specified
global protocol parameters to see how the symptom changes. This is discussed in
Chapter 22.

Care should be taken when explicitly specifying these parameters. All too often they
needlessly show up in smb.confdue to “example”smb.conffiles or due to experimenta-
tion. Explicit specification of these parameters must be done only with good reason.

announce as=

The default is NT,which is a synonym for NT Server. This parameter specifies the type
of server that the Samba server calls itself in browse lists. Here are the valid values:

•NT Server

•NT Workstation

•Win95

•WfW

There’s little reason to change this,and changing it could prevent Samba servers from
functioning as browsers.

announce version=

The default is 4.2. This parameter specifies the nmbdversion announces itself as. Unless
clients require a lower version server or some other very unusual situation occurs,let this
parameter use its default.

smb.confGlobal Parameters

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max mix=

The default is 50. Always let this parameter default. It specifies the maximum
outstanding SMB operations permitted.

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