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nfs connectivity from Windows xp



I have set up an nfs server with an  iptables firewall for an rhel 5.3
system with the following rules:

ACCEPT     tcp  --  172.20.8.0/24        anywhere            state NEW
tcp dpt:nfs /* nfsd */ 

ACCEPT     tcp  --  172.20.8.0/24        anywhere            state NEW
tcp dpt:sunrpc 

ACCEPT     udp  --  172.20.8.0/24        anywhere            state NEW
udp dpt:sunrpc 

ACCEPT     tcp  --  172.20.8.0/24        anywhere            state NEW
tcp dpt:maxim-asics 

ACCEPT     udp  --  172.20.8.0/24        anywhere            state NEW
udp dpt:maxim-asics 

ACCEPT     tcp  --  172.20.8.0/24        anywhere            state NEW
tcp dpt:892 

ACCEPT     udp  --  172.20.8.0/24        anywhere            state NEW
udp dpt:892 

ACCEPT     tcp  --  172.20.8.0/24        anywhere            state NEW
tcp dpt:875 

ACCEPT     udp  --  172.20.8.0/24        anywhere            state NEW
udp dpt:875 

ACCEPT     tcp  --  172.20.8.0/24        anywhere            state NEW
tcp dpt:pftp 

ACCEPT     udp  --  172.20.8.0/24        anywhere            state NEW
udp dpt:pftp

 

If I use another rhel 5.3  client I can mount the exported "folder" and
navigate through it; however, I use the windows xp client (sfu) I get a
permission denied.

It apparently authenticates, presents the folder, but when you try to
get into it, it has permission denied.   If I turn off the firewall it
works.

 

Has anyone else had this problem and successfully navigated around it?
(I don't want to turn off the firewall, and I don't want to implement
cifs for the users this effects).

 

The contents of my /etc/sysconfig/nfs file are:

 

RQUOTAD_PORT=875

LOCKD_TCPPORT=32803

LOCKD_UDPPORT=32769

MOUNTD_PORT=892

STATD_PORT=662

STATD_OUTGOING_PORT=2020

 

And I have nfs, portmap, and rpcsvcgssd.

 

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