On Oct 23, 2006, at 4:15 PM, Albert Shih wrote:
For answer Leigh -- Shire.Net LLC" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> no I can't do
(well easy do..) because my client have only on NIC and the client
server. And all my user-client (connected by xdmcp) is on same subnet.
It's very complicate if I want two subnet for my servers.
I am not saying to get rid of your original single subnet. I am
saying you can add additional subnets with IP ailases on your NIC(s)
and do the nfs over these additional subnets.
You can do this even with just one nic.
Let's say that you have your normal subnet 10.0.1.0
Lets say you want to add in your nfs subnet 192.168.1.0 and
192.168.2.0 for server nic 1 and server nic 2
client 1 nic1 10.0.1.10 plus alias 192.168.1.10
client 2 nic1 10.0.1.11 plus alias 192.168.2.11
server nic 1 10.0.1.100 plus alias 192.168.1.100
nic 2 10.0.1.101 plus alias 192.168.2.101
This will allow you to keep the xdm stuff (I am not familiar with
xdm) on your normal subnet plus do each client on its own nic on the
Just make sure that client 1 uses an nfs server of server-nic1-192:/
someshare where server-nic1-192 is the name given in your hosts or
dns tables to the alias 192 address on nic1 and the analog on nic2.
Chad Leigh -- Shire.Net LLC
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chad at shire.net