I'm trying to allow al machines in a 1/2 class C subnet to mount
a given NFS mount point. I've put the following line in /etc/exports:
/data maproot=root -network aaa.bbb.ccc.128 -mask 255.255.255.128
The NFS server is actually on network aaa.bbb.eee.0 netmask 255.244.255.128
But I get permission denied when I try to mount this filesystem
from a machine on the aaa.bbb.ccc.128 netwokr. If I change the
line in /etc/exports to:
/data maproot=root hostname.example.com
I can mount this filesystem. Is there an issue with the server
not being directly on the target network?
Unix is very simple, but it takes a genius to understand the simplicity.
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