Pass SSHFS, Samba, unlike the custom sharing for Windows?

Linux has SSHFS, it works over SSH? Turns out, he doesn't need Samba? But in Windows there is a custom client to connect to remote files and it works with port 139, but what Protocol? And are there Windows analogues SSHFS working on SSH, ports and bypassing of intermediaries by type of Samba?
And what is better, inline remote Windows disk or type SSHFS?
June 14th 19 at 20:56
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June 14th 19 at 20:58
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Pass SSHFS, Samba
SSHFS has no relation to SAMBA and does not depend.

Turns out, he doesn't need Samba?
Well, of course.

But in Windows there is a custom client to connect to remote files and it works with port 139, but what Protocol?
No one except you can not know what a custom client you have put in your version of windows.

And are there Windows analogues SSHFS working on SSH, ports and bypassing of intermediaries by type of Samba?
What analogs? What exactly do you need? On which ports is it?

And what is better, inline remote Windows disk or type SSHFS?
What is the built-in remote disc, and for what purposes it needs to be better or worse?
I'm talking about it59d0f961d2dee776187677.png

This built-in client in Windows. To make it work, the server needs to share the folder. For example, Samba fumbles folder. Running on port 139.

And SSHFS do not need to fumble folder. I'm talking about. - Ofelia72 commented on June 14th 19 at 21:01
Is the drive connection through SMB Protocol.
It is not entirely clear what it means to "fumble folder"
There is a server - it provides access to certain resources, such as folders and files according to a specific Protocol.

SMB server grants access SMB, SSHFS the server grants access Protocol, SSHFS ,FTP server provides FTP access, and so on, such protocols car and a truck.

No one "fumbles"
Typically, in the jargon, the expression "share a folder" means the provision of access to a folder according to a specific Protocol, such as SMB or FTP. - earl.Weissnat commented on June 14th 19 at 21:04
Well, the question was discussed about custom client, and you brought a screenshot standard built-in SMB client. - earl.Weissnat commented on June 14th 19 at 21:07
Which Protocol is faster, SFTP or SMB + SSH tunnel? - Ofelia72 commented on June 14th 19 at 21:10
Depends on the task.
SMB is generally designed to work on local networks where it works great.
When you try to work with him through the narrow channel with great ping, it is very buggy.
SFTP works fine over the Internet. - earl.Weissnat commented on June 14th 19 at 21:13
bear in mind SMB is the facial joints of microsofters with natural heritage narrow-mindedness. if no strong reference to poderiam Microsoft to take a better free alternative.
Long time smb did not have a built-in system encryption, because it was prokatyval over encrypted channels ssh or vpn, in the amount of the rest of it turns out is easier.

Speed SFTP, and SMB+SSH will be almost equal, because the bottleneck is the encryption of a packet (it will leave resources to order more than on the formation of data packets), and it will be identical (in both cases encrypted ssl library material) for both cases.
to accelerate would put arcfour128 encryption method it is the fastest among the possible in ssl. - Sandra_Kautzer42 commented on June 14th 19 at 21:16
Well I wouldn't say bad ctom Protocol is excellent.
You just need to understand what it is made for local area networks, not for transferring files over the Internet.

Well, I do not agree that speed will be equal to the local network Yes same, but if you drive through the Internet, with great ping, SMB will run extremely slow and unstable. - earl.Weissnat commented on June 14th 19 at 21:19
Well, start that it was not for local networks :), SMB puncture access a remote network file system in contrast to the puncture share files with SFTP. in *nix counterpart is NFS. they (SMB and NFS) can provide access to any piece of the remote file, not shaking it completely in SFTP and FTP. - Sandra_Kautzer42 commented on June 14th 19 at 21:22
Well I mean develop it for LAN. While the ping is normal, it works great, with great ping to work there impossible.
Protection there is also special there for the same reason - it is supposed to work inside the protected perimeter. - earl.Weissnat commented on June 14th 19 at 21:25
June 14th 19 at 21:00
I'm interested in the comparison of SSHFS and that custom Windows client:

59d0f9f208894127547045.png - Ofelia72 commented on June 14th 19 at 21:03
Where on the screen a custom client?
See standard snap connection balls at the SMB the SMB Protocol.

Nothing to compare, then SMB then OverSSH (SCP|SFTP) - earl.Weissnat commented on June 14th 19 at 21:06

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