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Re: RE: [K12OSN] NFS problems



Hi Bert!

Thanks for trying, but I tried all that and it still didn't work.  I've
used webmin a few times before....I like it, but it didnt' solve the
probelm.  Both servers are on the same subnet...255.255.255.0   Oh
well....any other ideas?

BertR wanganui-city school nz,Internet writes:
>Hi David,
>
>Bert here.
>
>I used Webmin to do all this stuff. It worked and I had NFS shares
>connecting within minutes.
>
>Here's the difference though. Both of my servers were on the same subnet. 
>
>One other thing I found. The server exporting the share had to be running
>BEFORE the server importing the share could find it.
>
>Hope this helps,
>Bert
>
>On Wednesday, February 20, 2002 12:00 PM, David Trask
>[SMTP:dtrask vcs u52 k12 me us] wrote:
>> 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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>> K12OSN redhat com
>> https://listman.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/k12osn
>> For more info see <http://www.k12os.org>
>> 
>
>
>Hi Bert!

Thanks for trying, but I tried all that and it still didn't work.  I've
used webmin a few times before....I like it, but it didnt' solve the
probelm.  Both servers are on the same subnet...255.255.255.0   Oh
well....any other ideas?

BertR wanganui-city school nz,Internet writes:
>Hi David,
>
>Bert here.
>
>I used Webmin to do all this stuff. It worked and I had NFS shares
>connecting within minutes.
>
>Here's the difference though. Both of my servers were on the same subnet. 
>
>One other thing I found. The server exporting the share had to be running
>BEFORE the server importing the share could find it.
>
>Hope this helps,
>Bert
>
>On Wednesday, February 20, 2002 12:00 PM, David Trask
>[SMTP:dtrask vcs u52 k12 me us] wrote:
>> 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
>> 
>> 
>> 
>> _______________________________________________
>> K12OSN mailing list
>> K12OSN redhat com
>> https://listman.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/k12osn
>> For more info see <http://www.k12os.org>





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