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nfs is blocked by ufw even though ports are opened
I've set up an nfsv4 server and it's working fine, however the firewall is blocking nfs even if port 2049 and 111 are open. I know nfs uses some random ports that change at every boot, but how can i ...
Feb 13 '12 at 18:00
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