Re: NFS Probleme

From: Thomas Mayer <sylial(at)>
Date: Tue, 08 Apr 2003 07:00:46 +0200


Peter Ross schrieb:

>Die Antwort sagt's doch schon, der AIX-NFS-Client nutzt keinen
>priviligierten Port, der NFS-Server unter FreeBSD mag das nicht.
>Ich fand nichts am FreeBSD-nfsd, um daran zu "drehen".
Das müsste doch Configure->Options->NFS Secure in /stand/sysinstall sein.

Besser für die Sicherheit wäre die AIX so umzustellen wie du meintest.

>Du musst mal mount_nfs(8) von AIX befragen, ob Du da was aendern kannst.
>Ich vermute schon.
>Die mount_nfs-Manpage von FreeBSD sagt
>-P Use a reserved socket port number. This flag is obsolete, and
> only retained for compatibility reasons. Reserved port numbers
> are used by default now. This is useful for mounting servers
> that require clients to use a reserved port number on the mis-
> taken belief that this makes NFS more secure. (For the rare case
> where the client has a trusted root account but untrustworthy
> users and the network cables are in secure areas this does help,
> but for normal desktop clients this does not apply.)
>Guck doch mal, ob es die Option unter AIX gibt.

Grüße Thomas

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