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N8000 How to Mount NAS on MAC GUI

Publication Date:  2012-07-18 Views:  354 Downloads:  0
Issue Description
When customers want to mount NAS on their MAC, them don’t know how to do it, so I give a document to them.
Alarm Information
Handling Process
1.       In MAC system,select“GO”->“Utilities”

2.       Select “Disk Utility” in “Utilities”,and “Open” it

3.       Stay “Disk Utility” page at Desktop

4.       Select“File”->“NFS mounts”

5.       Select “ ” at NFS mounts page to share NFS,input Remote URL and Mount location
For example,as follows are Rainpost’s Parameters:
File system Remote URL Mount location Advanced Mount Parameters
N /NAS/N resvport,locallocks
O /NAS/O resvport,locallocks
P /NAS/Q resvport,locallocks
Q /NAS/P resvport,locallocks
R /NAS/R resvport,locallocks

6.  Make sure the Remote URL and Mount location is correct, and point “Verify”->“OK”,Last  point“Save” and input your Name and Password.

7.       Make sure the Name and Password is correct,point “OK”finish the configuration of NFS.
8.       Select“GO”->“Go to folder” at follow page to check the NFS share

9.       Input URL and point “Go”. The URL is such as /NAS/N.

10.    OK,you can use the NFS share now.
Root Cause
Mac Book can use the Utility “connect server” to mount in GUI.
It is very convenient to use GUI mount NAS, but I suggest don’t use GUI to mount when the number of file system is more than two, because it will lost mount point.