I am hoping somebody can help I have just upgraded my always on server from XP pro to Ubuntu and I have tried to replicate the CIFS configuration that I had on my XP box with no issues on samba but cannot get it working. I know the shares are working as I can connect to it in XP on my laptop with no issues but all I get with Tomoto is the term "mounting" and in the log file I get the following repeated a number of times.. Jan 1 00:21:14 router user.err kernel: CIFS VFS: cifs_mount failed w/return code = -6 I have checked the linux logs for my routers IP and samba is saying that it cannot find the mount point /xxxxx (xxxxx = whatever the mount point is at that time, I have tried a number of different shares) I have found a couple of posts saying that I need to upgrade the samba V3 but Ubuntu 7.10 already has this level on Samba so I am a bit baffled as to what can be happening here. As every share that I have tried and failed on Tomato mounts fine in Windows with the same user and password details???? Does anybody have any ideas of what to try? As I need to get this working so I can keep records of usage on cifs and get snmp working again.... Thanks in advance for any ideas given.