On Mon, May 22, 2006, Bret J Esquivel wrote:
>I am trying to connect to a NFS server over my IPSec tunnel. However,  
>I whenever I  try to mount I get:
>
>[udp] 10.0.20.1:/usr: RPCPROG_MNT: RPC: Timed out

The first things I would check are (a) the /etc/exports file on
the server, and (b) specify a tcp connection on the client as
that should create a connection between the machines.

I ran into a problem a couple of years ago while attempting to
automount home directories hosted on a Linux box from Macs
running OS X.  The Linux box had multiple IP addresses on the NIC
interface, and the udp reply packets were being sent from an IP
different than the one receiving the udp.  Specifying tcp
connections cured that problem.

...

Bill
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