The firewall on my network drops all packets on TCP port 139 and 445. So all samba shares don't work outside the LAN.
I tried letting the samba daemon listen on a non-standard port. This method works well for linux, because both
smbmount has an option to set server port. But on windows I cannot find a similar option.
Does Windows support mounting smb shares on non-standard ports? Third-party softwares are also acceptable.
\\hostname:port\share in Windows explorer doesn't work. Strangely, I can see the connection is established on the server. But Windows keeps telling me that the server couldn't be reached. It doesn't work even in LAN with standard port 445, in which case a path without port number will get through.