NFS over secure shell on Solaris

NFS over secure shell on Solaris

Follow the instructions included with this tip and you'll be able to run NFS over secure shell on Solaris.

- Ensure that volume are properly shared on the NFSserver.

- Now, create a tunnel from client to NFSserver: ssh user@NFSserver -L 3069:localhost:2049 -N

- then mount the distant volume throught the tunnel: mount nfs://localhost:3069/path_to_share /where_to_mount

Note: You can use whatever port you want instead of 3069, but I recommend to disable the use of privileged port for NFS-mount in /etc/system on NFSserver.

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This was first published in October 2002

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