I am not having much luck with the unfsd so I am posting in the hope someone can help.
I have a DroboFS with the latest firmware installed. This is connected to a GB switch on my ADSL router. My Windows 7 Enterprise SP1 client is connected to the LAN via wireless. I have the NFS client components installed on the Win7 machine. The Drobo has an IP of 192.168.25.220 and my client has an IP address of 192.168.25.117.
I have removed and installed a fresh version of unfsd and when I run showmount -e 192.168.25.220
I get the default export mounts of 10.0.0.0 I have then ammended this to point to one of my share. This share is a fresh creation on the Drobo called vmware (Yes I want to mount this on my esx cluster).
Exports list on 192.168.25.220:
My Exports file is configured as follows;
I am not so worried about security as nothing is internet facing.
So far so good!
When trying to mount from the client using any of the following commands;
mount -o fileaccess=6 -u:root -p:root \192.168.25.220:/mnt/DroboFS/Shares/vmware x:
mount -o fileaccess=6\192.168.25.220:/mnt/DroboFS/Shares/vmware x:
mount \192.168.25.220:/mnt/DroboFS/Shares/vmware x:
I get the error;
Network Error - 53
Type ‘NET HELPMSG 53’ for more information.
There is no firewall between the client/Drobo and I have disabled the firewall on the client so there is no reason for this to not mount.
I have even tried to change the exports file with the settings;
And changed the user settings;
chown -R nobody.nobody /mnt/DroboFS/Shares/VMWARE
chmod -R a+rw /mnt/DroboFS/Shares/VMWARE
And I still get the same 53 error.
Both ESX and Windows can not connect.
Every change I make to the exports I use dropbear to run the command;
I don’t like using restart as I can test it is down and then up.
What the hell am I doing wrong neither win7 or ESX can attach and I have blown way too much time trying to configure this dam app. Every other app works great Fuppes streams perfectly to my PS3.
Any ideas or help would be good I really need to get the drobo connected to the ESX cluster.
Thanks in advance.