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Cant connect to NAS via NFS

When i try to connect the log gives "refused mount request from 192.168.0.101 for /media_share (/): no export entry" even though in the NFS allow place i have 192.168.0.101 allowed access through NFS. Anyone know why this isnt working? Identical problem, tomorrow I am going to contact visionman. Maybe a firmware update fixes the issue...hmm....I might give that a shot.

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    i have the same problem. did yo get a solution when you contacted them?

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well, if you can Ping it, then the firewall is not likely going to be blocking it. Regardless, which product do you have ? The Silver Stone 2-drive NAS ? If yes, you should be using the FNS Assistant (FNSA)
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mount -t cifs -o username=backup,password=YoUrPaSS //192.168.0.145/projects /mnt/nas/projects/

...where 192.168.0.145 is IP of SS4000-E and /projects is the shares folder
and /mnt/nas/projects/ is folder you have created on your Linux box

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