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I am hoping to mount an NFS drive, although I am getting an RPC authentication error on the grounds that the credentials are cheap too.
On the server side (192.168.100.109), it looks like the NFS server and build daemon are running and sold to the target client (192.168.100.101):
# moggie / etc / exports/ datastore / winmedia -ro 192.168.100.101# Port map# nfsd -do 4# Mounted# Showmount 192 -e.168.100.109Exports inventory to 192.168.100. 109/ datastore / winmedia 192.168.100.101
However, when I try to mount a client side hard drive, I get an RPC authentication error
# ls / mnt / winmedia# mount -v 192.168.100.109:/datastore/winmedia / mnt / winmediamount: Mostly no type was specified - I'm guessing nfs because of the colonmount: RPC: authentication error; why = customer credentials are significantly weak
If you look at the server logs, they will simply indicate that the connection was categorically denied, but without explanation.
Feb 11, 11:43:25 PM Fattyopenbsd mountd : Unable to open / var / db / mountdtab: No such file other than directoryFeb 11 23:48:41 fatopenbsd mountd : Mount RPC host from 192.168.100.101 62826 is prohibited
rpcinfo trade displays the same data as on the server side, except for the identification program.
# rpcinfo -p 192.168.100.109Proto-port program100000 2 tcp one hundred eleven mapper ports100000 one or two udp 111 port managers100003 2 TCP 2049 nfs100003 8 udp 2049 nfs100003 only two tcp 2049 nfs100003 3 udp 2049 nfs100005 10 udp 630 mounted100005 3 udp 630 mounted100005 2 tcp 612 assy100005 3 tcp 612 installed
Same client-side action, but no process name
# rpcinfo -r 192.168.100.109Proto-port program100,000 5 tkp 111100,000 2 udp one hundred eleven100003 5 TCP 2049100003 3 udp 2049100003 2 TCP 2049100003 UDP 2049 pair100005 1 udp 630100005 iii UDP 630100005 1 TCP 612100005 two to three tcp 612
So my questions are often asked1) Why is the mount rejected? (Can you get more information on the failed request?)2) How do I mount an NFS drive?
OpenBSD 5.8 runs on a web serverThe trial clientele is Puppy Linux and a very virtual machine on a Windows machine. Of course (not if the virtual machine IP is usually the problem. When I run the client on
ifconfig it shows a unique address
10.0. *. * eth0, but on this hostwindows has problem 192 … 101 over wifi, i thought, since server log shows request next to address … 101, virtual machine problem is probably not a problem, but if i am wrong almost any suggestion would be awesome).
UPDATE Obviously, I think this issue is related to the network settings of the virtual machines. The server is requested through an unprivileged port (volume> 1024) on the host of the virtual machine.
VM is using NAT. In general, even if the virtual machine uses privileged open in the request, this will not be reflected in the final request.
This should be fixed by bridging the setup instead of NAT, which activates the requested IP and port identification with the VM, but unfortunately I only have Wi-Fi and this cannot become a bridged link. which works with a wireless adapter.
Workaround: Use Samba instead of NFS so that the username and account for authentication, the associated UID, IP address, and external port number of the client are used instead.
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