I can't seem to NFS mount my linux RH6.0 disks on another unix machine.
I have nfsd, rpc.mount, portmap, all running. I made entries
in the export file, even host.allow. I when I try
I get :
Can't access usr/users -permission denied
on the host, (a dec alpha), but
Nov 18 11:08:39 kxt01 mountd: refused mount request from
drax.Colorado.EDU: illegal port 1753
in /var/log/messages on my linux box.
Whats going on here ? Why is it even trying to access port 1753 when all
request should be mapped to 2049 (i think, I dont really understand
Is this some kind of security enhancement on RH6.0 (kernel 2.2.5-15) ?
tips greatly appreciated. If some one has been able to NFS mount a disk
a RH6.0 system, I would also like to hear from them.
ps. my exports looks like
my services file looks like
mount 635/udp #nfs
nfs 2049/udp #nfs
Thanks a lot,
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