Network and Storage Protocols
After updating a customer filer from 8.3 to 9.1P20, I had a very strange problem.
All CIFS share was accessable but only with the SVM Name:
If I changed the SVM Name with the IP address, I got the error message "Windows cannot access \\192.168.1.10\data.
I open a case at Netapp Support and we did a lot of tests, but nobody had a solution.
After more than 20 hours, I have decided that I update to 9.3P18.
When the update was finished, the problem no longer existed.
If you had this Problem make a ONTAP update.
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It look like Kerberos authentication was working correctly while Netlogon was experiencing some issues.
The issue could be related to the first upgrade.
Assumption: The problem resolution was due: Ontap 9.3 has code change and Bug fixes. Both node had to be rebooted. The DC connections had to be reset.
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Sounds interesting and yet strange. Has NetApp support reported any BUG ? Have they managed to reproduce this issue?
I am sure if you had to downgrade Ontap from 9.1P20 to P18, there must be something which prevented it.
In your DNS: Was there an DNS HOST(A) record resolving to Data LIF IP ?
Logs:Any findings from the 'packet traces' ?SECD logs?
You can use IP changer to work easily and check you system with CIFS
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