Server Message Block - Wikipedia
In computer networking, Server Message Block (SMB), one version of which was also known as Common Internet File System (CIFS /sɪfs/), is a communication protocol for providing shared access to files, printers, and serial ports between nodes on a network.
SMB 3.0 on VNX - YouTube
SMB 3.0 on VNX. DellEMCSolutions. 3 видео. 113 просмотров. MICROSOFT SHAREPOINT AND LYNC SERVERS 2013 ENHANCED BY EMC VNX WITH SMB 3.0 EMC VNX, Microsoft Windows...
How to use SMB 3.0 in QTS 4.2 | QNAP
Introduction The Server Message Block (SMB) protocol is a network file sharing protocol that allows Large MTU: If have Gigabit Internet, SMB 3.0 will use Large MTU. This can greatly enhance...
Supported SMB 3.0 functionality
SMB 3.0 provides important enhancements, including enhancements that facilitate transparent failover and giveback and other nondisruptive operations. Support for SMB 3.0 is enabled automatically when...
SMB 3.0 support-English Community
With SMB3.0 now in the latest version of Samba, i was wondering when SMB3.0 would be available in the ix series. competitors like Synology and QNAP already have this support built-in... (for some time)..
Windows SMB v2/v3 Protocol - Ports and DPI Reference
The Server Message Block (SMB) protocol provides file and print services to systems on the Protocol Detection. Do you know how much Windows SMB v2/v3 traffic flows through your network?
SMB 3.0 and Bandwidth Aggregation | ServeTheHome Forums
Odditory made a comment in another thread about SMB 3.0 and Bandwidth Aggregation that has really got me thinking. Rather than hijack Sboesh's thread I...
SMB3 kernel status - SambaWiki
This page describes the plan, design and work in progress of the efforts to implement SMB3 and later dialects in the kernel cifs/smb3 client (cifs.ko). The minimum version for use of the Linux kernel SMB3 support is kernel version 3.12 (or backport of cifs.ko module version 2.02 or later)...