How to resolve "smbfs failed returncode 10"?

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Edit: Looks like this is a router issue. I swapped back to my old one and the shares mounted just fine. So I’m guessing a port is blocked on the router. I’ll have to tackle that again sometime but at least I’ve ruled out the Amiga and the Samba server.

My A1200 was able to connect to this samba share without issue a few weeks ago, now it’s not working.

 

I’ve tested the server itself and I can connect from other clients so I consider the server ruled out. The A1200 can access the internet on IBrowse so I have network connectivity. The IP address of the server did change, but I’ve updated the HOSTS (I think it’s called) file to reflect this for the hostname of the server.

The syntax of the script in question is:

stack 65536smbfs workgroup=workgroup service=//S1535/laptop user=myuser password=mypassword volume=laptop: >NIL:

Any ideas how to get re-connected? The only things I can think that have changed are:

  1. I installed Ultimate Blitz Basic from a mounted ISO, and
  2. I changed my router some time back. I don’t remember if it was before or after the problem manifested though.
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Looks like this is a router issue. I swapped back to my old one and the shares mounted just fine. So I’m guessing a port is blocked on the router. I’ll have to tackle that again sometime but at least I’ve ruled out the Amiga and the Samba server.

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