Hi there! Thanks for the helpful post... I currently have a Linux server which I am trying to connect to the newly installed DLINK DNS-323 NFS share. On my DNS-323 I have created the following share:
REal path: /mnt/HD_a2/backup/test
Root squash: Yes
This is how I am trying to mount the above NFS share:
mount -t nfs 192.168.0.36:Volume_1/backup/test dlink-dns-323
However each time I try to mount the NFS share I get the following error:
mount 192.168.0.36:Volume_1/backup/test failed, reason given by server: Permission Denied
Perhaps my NFS mount command is wrong but you should know I have also tried changing the mount path. Assuming the NFS APKG is working right then I have to be doing something wrong however based on the FULL read/write permissions given to then "test" directory I should be able to mount the NFS share.
Thank you in advance!