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CIFS shares not accessible because lif is not responding on port 445

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Applies to

  • ONTAP 9 and later
  • CIFS

Issue

  • Unable to access the CIFS shares and getting below error:
CIFS shares not accessible because lif is not responding on port 445
  • Below error seen in ems logs:
1/17/2023 15:15:57 node1 DEBUG secd.unexpectedFailure: vserver (svm1) Unexpected failure. Error: Lookup of CIFS account name procedure failed 
[2003 ms] TCP connection to ip 192.1.2.3, port 389 via interface 10.1.2.3 failed: Operation timed out. 
[ 2003] LDAP search for the "dnsHostName" attribute(s) within base "" (scope: 0) using filter "(objectClass=*)" failed with error: Can't contact LDAP server 
[ 2004] TCP connection to ip 192.1.2.3, port 389 via interface 10.1.2.3 failed: No route to host. 
[ 2004] LDAP search for the "dnsHostName" attribute(s) within base "" (scope: 0) using filter "(objectClass=*)" failed with error: Can't contact LDAP server 
[ 2007] Failed to connect to 10.2.2.2 for DNS via Source Address 10.1.2.3: No route to host 
[ 2007] Failed to connect to 10.3.3.3 for DNS via Source Address 10.1.2.3: No route to host **
[ 2007] FAILURE: Unable to contact DNS to discover domain controllers. 
[ 2007] Unable to make a connection (LSA:domain.COM), result: 6812

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