NSA-220 plus NFS mount

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magicloop
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NSA-220 plus NFS mount

Post by magicloop » Mon Mar 19, 2012 2:14 pm

Hello Zyxel-users!

i would like to ask you for your support.

how would mount this share to get (rw-)access?
showmount -e nasbw
/i-data/be7af5c0/nfs/data (everyone)

if i mount on my redhat i get an empty dir:
nasbw:/i-data/be7af5c0/nfs/data/ 1,4T 821G 555G 60% /mnt

uname -a
Linux loop-redhat 2.6.42.9-2.fc15.x86_64 #1 SMP Mon Mar 5 20:55:32 UTC 2012 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux
i've got a second linux box which has the same problem with this mount. so i think it might be on the nas-box.

could you pls. give a hint?

br,
Bernhard

Mijzelf
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Re: NSA-220 plus NFS mount

Post by Mijzelf » Mon Mar 19, 2012 6:25 pm

The NSA-220 kernel is pretty old. Maybe it helps when you explicitly mount it using an older NFS version?

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mount nasbw:/i-data/be7af5c0/nfs/data/  /mnt -o nfsvers=3

magicloop
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Re: NSA-220 plus NFS mount

Post by magicloop » Tue Mar 20, 2012 9:21 am

Mijzelf wrote:The NSA-220 kernel is pretty old. Maybe it helps when you explicitly mount it using an older NFS version?

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mount nasbw:/i-data/be7af5c0/nfs/data/  /mnt -o nfsvers=3
thanks for your hint.
no it didn't help. same result on both systems. (even with ver=2 or 1)
but i can smbmount...crazy. linux mounts linux via smb...

has anybody ever tested it @zyxel before selling it?
i can't find any information in the offical docs by zyxel about nfs on 220.

thanks for your help!

Mijzelf
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Re: NSA-220 plus NFS mount

Post by Mijzelf » Tue Mar 20, 2012 4:32 pm

magicloop wrote:has anybody ever tested it @zyxel before selling it?
I must admit that I never used the ZyXEL provided NFS. When I needed it, it was not yet supported. But a combination of self compiled modules and an FFP package worked fine. When ZyXEL started to support NFS, I was already running Debian.

But I can't remember I ever read somewhere that ZyXEL provided NFS just doesn't work. Most problems have to do with 'what is the exported path' and 'how to change credentials'.

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