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Re: Mounting nfs file systems - iptables stop



You can add rules to accept nfs port UDP and TCP in iptables.

Thats fine.

Or if you do not want firewall iptable just type
#chkconfig iptables off

Then next time whenever you login you do not need to stop iptables.

On 12 Jan 2007 22:05:23 +0000, Andy Allen <andy allen virgin net> wrote:

Managed to mount nfs file system on RedHat9 by using command
'/etc/init.d/iptables stop' on both machines. It seems a bit tedious to
have to do this every time - is there a way of doing it at boot-up
without having to 'stop' iptables on the command line?

Andy

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