FreeBSD and NFS

Discussion in 'Other Virtual machines' started by abosio, Jul 23, 2008.

  1. abosio

    abosio Junior Member

    I'll try and figure that out. But if it is letting it through at work on Shared setting, wouldn't it still let it through at home?

    I discovered FreeBSD doesn't use iptables, but three other firewalls called ipfirewall (ipfw), ipfilter and pf.

    But, I was talking about it with the office FreeBSD guy and he was saying there is no firewall-ing on in FreeBSD by default, you just have to enable the services. I had previously enabled nfs in /etc/rc.conf, which is why it works at all.
    Last edited: Jul 30, 2008
  2. John@Parallels

    John@Parallels Forum Maven

    May be missed something, but is it working now,
    I did FreeBSD installation and tested at home and work (at home I am using Airport, and installed at work the same connection) in my case it is working.
    Please let me know, if problem is there
    Just one thing.
    I didn't touch anything after install, just allowed nfs export for user home
  3. abosio

    abosio Junior Member

    That figures. Are you using Shared or Bridged VM Network Configuration? Any other settings for the VM?

    I haven't really done much else to FreeBSD that I can think of.

    Can you post your FreeBSD /etc/rc.conf and /etc/exports?

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