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IT 3110: Systems Automation

NFS Server/Client

Assignment

This assignment will begin your use of NFS on your network.

Tasks

Report

Create a report with the following elements:

The file must be named nfs1_info.txt.

nfs_ip: nfs ip address
linux_ip_1: linux ip
linux_ip_2: linux ip
linux_ip_3: linux ip
linux_ip_4: linux ip
dhcp_dynamic_range: start of dynamic ip range, end of dynamic ip range
nfs_users: user1, user2, user3
nfs_exports: /path/one, /path/two, /path/three  # server paths
nfs_remotes: /path/one, /path/two, /path/three  # client paths

For example, my file could look like this:

nfs_ip: 144.38.193.250
linux_ip_1: 144.38.193.251
linux_ip_2: 144.38.193.252
linux_ip_3: 144.38.193.253
linux_ip_4: 144.38.193.254
dhcp_dynamic_range: 144.38.193.251, 144.38.193.254
nfs_users: wilma, betty, barney
nfs_exports: /space/one, /space/two, /space/three
nfs_remotes: /remote/one, /remote/two, /remote/three

Submission

Last Updated 12/22/2020