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I'm trying to connect to a Windows Machine-hosted website on our network. Let's call the Windows machine server for ease.

I ran a script I made that returns machine name based on an ip address search.

(just to further clarify: nmblookup -A "$i")

Using that I tracked down the correct IP address for the machine and I can connect to it like this:

192.168.1.XYZ/site-name

but it would be really handy to connect to it (like everyone else on the network who uses a Windows machine) by

server/site-name

How do I go about doing this?

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Solved almost immediately, came to the quick realisation a host entry will solve this.

step 1:

$ sudo vim /etc/hosts

step 2:

192.168.1.XYZ    server

now I can access via server/site-name

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