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Re: Mounting nfs file systems - iptables stop



One more thing.

It is not easy or difficult to do anything with Linux.

As open source it is up to you how to setup the services, all the choices
are yours.

You can use
1. Automounter
2. fstab

are the facility to do something auto matic.

Even you can use rc.local too.
On 1/12/07, nilesh vaghela <nileshj vaghela gmail com> wrote:

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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25, The Emperor, Fatehgunj, Baroda.
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