nounix - Disable the CIFS Unix Extensions for this mount. If I do a smbclient -L servername I get results back of a list of the shares I need to mount. You can mount remote folders from remote servers (such as network computers or other Synology NAS devices) to navigate and manage the mounted folders via File Station. ... Click Tools > Mount Remote Folder > CIFS Shared Folder. 3. cifs.ko module size reduced nosharesock mount option added 3.9. The mount.cifs utility attaches the UNC name (exported network resource) specified as service (using //server/share syntax, where "server" is the server name or IP address and "share" is the name of the share) to the local directory mount-point. From Kernel 4.12.14-95.16, the default SMB version is changed from 1.0 to 2.0. Default has changed to a more secure dialect, SMB2.1 or later (e.g. password - specifies the CIFS password. This can be useful in order to turn off multiple settings at once. //192.168.1.1/Share has guest access. user - specifies the username to connect as. mount error(95) Operation not supported ìë¬ ì vers=1.0 ëª ë ¹ì´ ì¶ê° mount -t cifs -o user = 'testuser' ,password = 'P@ssw0rd' ,vers = 1 .0 //22.214.171.124/shared /data Prior to Kernel 4.12.14-95.16, any CIFS mount which has vers parameter not specified uses default SMB version (which is 1.0). A. I tried adding mount -a command in the /etc/rc.local after editing the /etc/fstab but to no avail. This includes POSIX acls, POSIX locks, POSIX paths, symlink support and retrieving uids/gids/mode from the server. Windows clients can access it easily. Consider specifying vers=1.0 or vers=2.0 on mount for accessing older servers kernel: CIFS VFS: cifs_mount failed w/return code = -95 Trying to mount the same share by specifying vers=1.0 completes successfully. I also had the same issue regarding auto-mounting a network drive at boot. Follow-up: SMB3), from CIFS (SMB1). Environment. Common Internet File System is an application-level network protocol mainly used to provide shared access to files, printers, serial ports, and miscellaneous communications between nodes on a network. You can easily access CIFS share from Linux and mount them as a regular filesystem. Any ideas? The reason it doesn't work is that the network is not ready before the mount -a is executed.. As others have mentioned the issue is that fstab drives are mounted even before the network is up. A SLES 12SP4 client is mounting a cifs share from Dell/EMC VNX 5400 storage After updating the kernel to 4.12.14-95.32 the cifs mount fails with: CIFS: Attempting to mount //server/SHARE [83577.276715] No dialect specified on mount. Bug fixes (rename fix, dfs security fix) 3.8. default authentication mechanism strengthened, moved to ntlmv2 (ntlmv2 in ntlmssp) smb2.02 support added. Options to mount.cifs are specified as a comma-separated list of key=value pairs. Hence, the existing CIFS mounts without vers parameter may not work. After Kernel update default SMB version is set 2.0. From mount.cifs docs. I'm probably being really dim here but I'm struggling to mount a cifs share using the minimal Centos 6 x86 installation. 3.7. 1. 2. Normally I would just make sure I've installed samba-client and be done with it. //192.168.1.1/Share is created by Samba. SMB2.1 support added.