Timed out problem - NFS

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  1. Timed out problem

    Hi,

    after changing of subnet from 192.168.95 to 192.168.101 I tried to mount:

    mount 192.168.101.198:/mnt/vol1 /fs/vol1

    instead of mount 192.168.95.198:/mnt/vol1 /fs/vol1

    and received:

    RPC MNT RPC Timed out

    What could be the reason for that?

    Bye

  2. Re: Timed out problem

    Carsten Buschina wrote in message news:...
    > Hi,
    >
    > after changing of subnet from 192.168.95 to 192.168.101 I tried to mount:
    >
    > mount 192.168.101.198:/mnt/vol1 /fs/vol1
    >
    > instead of mount 192.168.95.198:/mnt/vol1 /fs/vol1
    >
    > and received:
    >
    > RPC MNT RPC Timed out
    >
    > What could be the reason for that?
    >
    > Bye


    Hi,
    I am trying to do a similar thing and get a similar error
    mount: RPC : Time out

    Here is what I am trying to do:
    1. I have a computer setup with a private lan- 10.1.1.0/24
    Computer 1 (C1) has address 10.1.1.1
    C2 10.1.1.2
    and I donot have any name services running (neither NIS nor DNS).
    C1 has a route to C2 added using route add and simarly C2 has a route
    to C1.
    When I do rpcinfo -p 10.1.1.1 from C2's terminal, I do get the
    information about C1's nfs daemons.
    However when I try to mount folders in C2 from C1, I get an error
    mount: RPC : Time Out

    What seems to be wrong? What can I do to eliminte this error. My
    question would be, does NFS work without name servers? I ask this
    because when I tried doing the same stuff using a DNS server, I was
    able to mount the directories without any problems.

    Thanks in Advance.
    VS

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