|Subject:||Re: NFS mount : RPC : Timed out on RedHat 9|
|Posted by:||reh (someo…@somewhere.com)|
|Date:||Sun, 14 Dec 2003|
> Hi all.
> I just installed redhat 9 on two machines and mount gives me RPC :
> Timed out on client machine and on local it mounts ok.
> mount -t nfs 127.0.0.1:/mnt/test /mnt/test2 -> Works!!!(LOCAL)
> mount -t nfs 192.168.0.2:/mnt/teste /mnt/teste2 -> NOPE! (ON CLIENT)
> Since i checked export.conf
> /mnt/test 192.168.0.2(ro)
> /mnt/test 127.0.0.1(ro)
> and my hosts.allow is
> i can only think on a firewall. So, i stopped iptables and ip6tables
> (i think they are the same, but i stopped both buy the way) and it's
> still not working.
> I installed redhat with high security level, but in my linuxconf there
> is no firewalling rule on. I checked it all.
> So, how can i know and stop ALL firewalling on my machine?
> What are the services i have to restart? I restarted all buy the way
> and it is still not working...
> Thank You!
Try to flush the iptables, # iptables -F
And make sure all required services are turned on the client. Guarddog
is really good firewall. Always had good luck with it. I had this RPC
problem once, IIRC, it was the firewall.
robert - redhat & slackware
NFS mount : RPC : Timed out on RedHat 9 posted by JoeAley2003 on 13 Dec 2003