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Old 4th November 2015
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Default mount a Nas server

Hi,
I've NetBSD 7.0rc3 on quad cores Opteron (amd64), my computer access to internet with a browser, also i've a Nas server at this IP's adress > 192.168.0.8, i can ping this adress but how to mount my Nas ?

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Old 5th November 2015
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Default How to mount a NAS

It depends on how it makes the files available.

For NFS there is mount_nfs and for SMB (Windows file sharing) there is mount_smbfs built in. In fact if you can ssh to it you could use mount_psshfs (this is very handy if you have enabled ssh in from the Internet and want to access remotely, but security overkill if you are on your LAN
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