mount -t cifs -v <address> returns with
Host is Down error when connecting to a server running SMB 2.0 (with SMB 1.0 disabled). A workaround is to specify
vers=2.0 to the argument list of
mount. This works fine if you're mounting via command line and have the ability to specify this argument. But, when using a GUI or some program that calls
mount on your behalf, this argument is not specified.
Is there a way to make SMB 2.0+ the default for all
mount -t cifs calls, regardless what calls it? Perhaps in
Currently running Arch Linux.
min protocol = SMB2 to
/etc/samba/smb.conf and restarted the service. Both
smbclient still require the SMB version to be specified before connecting to the server.
client min protocol = SMB2 and
client max protocol = SMB3 allows
smbclient to connect to the server without specifying the version argument. But,
mount still doesn't respect the newly added lines in