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[K12OSN] NFS problems



Ok....I've been screwing around with this all day to no avail.  

I'm trying to NFS mount the home dir from another server.  

Here's the way my network is set up.....K12LTSP server (server.ltsp) eth0
goes to LTSP network with IP address 10.0.0.254 (yes I edited all the
necessary files)
eth1 goes to building network and gets it's IP from DHCP (gateway is
192.168.0.1)

On RedHat server (penguin) with home dirs....eth0 goes to building network
and gets it's IP from DHCP (gateway is 192.169.0.1)  I have the IP
statically entered into the router (Freesco) as 192.168.0.14...so this box
always gets the same IP address.

On RedHat server with home dirs I entered in /etc/exports a line which
reads   /home       192.168.0.0/255.255.255.0 (rw)

On the K12LTSP server (server.ltsp) I entered   
penguin:/home/		/home		nfs	defaults,rsize=8192,wsize=8192	0 0 
into the /etc/fstab file

I then entered    192.168.0.14		penguin	penguin  into the /etc/hosts file
on the K12LTSP server (server.ltsp)

I rebooted both machines and I get one of a couple messages

mount: RPC: Unable to recieve; errorno = Connection refused
mount: RPC: timed out


I can ping the Redhat server using the machine name (penguin) from the
K12LTSP server, but I can't ping the K12LTSP server using the machine name
(server or server.ltsp) from the Redhat server (penguin), I can ping
however, with the IP address.

I know it's probably something stupid that I'm missing....can anyone help?
 I'm willing to feel stupid if I can get this to work.

David N. Trask
Technology Teacher/Coordinator
Vassalboro Community School
dtrask vcs u52 k12 me us
(207)923-3100





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