Subject: Re: Problems mounting filesystems - 1.3.2
To: None <current-users@NetBSD.ORG>
From: Gerald C. Simmons <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 07/15/1998 11:15:45
Thanks for the help so far in debugging my NFS problems. Here's what I know so
Hummingbird is using port 2049 for mounting drives. I am currently using the
-n option for mountd. Thanks to who suggested that. Is there a more standard
port to use? (i.e. <1024)
Now I find my problem is with the Authenticator - HCLNFSD. It isn't matching
passwords correctly. There close like Xlk1hfcs vs. Xlk23kqs for example. I
re-compiled HCLNFSD but to no avail. I also tried RCP.PCNFSD. This seemed to
have the same problem. Any ideas?
> Gerald C. Simmons wrote:
> > I've been running NetBSD-1.2.X for over a year using a Win/NT machine as a
> > client running Hummingbird Communications NFS package. All works well,
> > mounting drives, etc.
> > I'm attempting to upgrade to NetBSD 1.3.2. However, Hummingbird's NFS is
> > having problems mounting filesystems; i.e. Win/NT goes into the tank
> > (hourglass) when I try to mount a drive.
> Showmount -a shows the aforementioned mounting volume.
> Anything change from 1.2.1 to 1.3.2 that would affect this??
> NFS, by default, no longer accepts mount requests from insecure
> ports, i.e. from ports above 1024. I don't know if this is the
> case for Hummingbird. Try disabling this feature in the
> NetBSD server.