The article assumes your Avalanche Client IP addresses, subnet, GW, VLAN, etc have been setup correctly. The following is an example of the actions needed for a client to log into a CIFS server, open a file called test123.txt, then write to it, read it, and close the file. The server is at 18.104.22.168. The username and password are Adminstrator / sundance. The AUTH_TYPE is NTLM. The AUTHDOMAIN is WASSA. The CONNECTION_TREE is \\22.214.171.124\share2. The share2 is the share directory.
CIFS actions example:
CIFSNG://126.96.36.199 USER=Administrator PASSWD=sundance AUTH_TYPE=NTLM AUTHDOMAIN=WASSA CONNECTION_TREE=\\188.8.131.52\share2
CIFS_SUB_CMD OPEN_NEW FILENAME=test123.txt
CIFS_SUB_CMD WRITE FILENAME=test123.txt OFFSET=1 BYTE_SIZE=10 INPUT_SOURCE= ON_THE_FLY INPUT_OFFSET=0 FORCE_CLOSE_PER_CHUNK=FALSE
CIFS_SUB_CMD READ FILENAME=test123.txt
CIFS_SUB_CMD CLOSE FILENAME=test123.txt
For more information on CIFS commands please see Avalanche Help from the Avalanche Commander applications.