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- Maros Kollar
December 4, 2006, 1:19 pm
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I would like to gain access to a NFS share in a remote network from a
windows machine. I have performed the following steps:
1. Downloaded and installed a NFS client for windows (Microsoft Windows
Services for UNIX 3.5)
2. Created a loopback adapter at 10.0.0.1
3. Opened a ssh connection to a server in the target network with Putty
(I could also connect directly to the machine hosting the NFS share).
4. Added a tunnel from L10.0.0.1:2049 to 193.X.X.X:2049 and from
L10.0.0.1:111 to 193.X.X.X:111. (193.X.X.X is the ip address of the nfs
server in the remote network)
5. Finally registered a NFS network with 10.0.0.1 as my broadcast
address (My Network Places > NFS Network > Add NFS LAN)
Since it doesn't work I guess that I have missed some important point.
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