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Hi All, mount -t nfs 192.168.192.xxx: /testx /testx return error --------> mount.nfs: connection time out I can ssh to the remote host. NFS service is enabled in Firewall. Thanks, K...
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    NFS - mount.nfs: Connection time out


    Hi All,

    mount -t nfs 192.168.192.xxx: /testx /testx

    return error --------> mount.nfs: connection time out

    I can ssh to the remote host.

    NFS service is enabled in Firewall.

    Thanks,
    K

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    Have you exported the share form the NFS-server to the client? (look in /etc/exports on your server and remember to run exportfs -a afterwards)

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    Do you put a space between the colon and the first /testx. You might try removing the space unless that is just a typo here.
    The command you post is trying to mount a testx directory in the root of the filesystem on "192.168.192.xxx" to a mount point (directory) testx in the root of the filesystem on the machine you are running the command from. Is that what you are trying to do?

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    the IP address was not properly configured in the /etc/exports, it's working now.


    Thanks for all the replies,
    K

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