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halimzhz
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Mount to NFS with specific port

Post by halimzhz » Jan 28, 2020 1:39 pm

Dear All,

My server is behind csf firewall so how can i set on Veeam Agent for Linux during 'Specify a network location to backup to' with NFS on specific port ? On csf I did enable TCP_OUT and UDP_OUT with port 111 and 2049 but no luck, unless i have to disable csf and Veeam Agent able to connect, i try to run iftop and i found veeam will mount with variety port number, how can i solve this ?

Please help. Thank you so much

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Re: Mount to NFS with specific port

Post by PTide » Jan 28, 2020 6:46 pm

Hello,

Besides the usual 111 and 2049 tcp/udp ports used by rpcbind and nfsd respectively there are also dynamically assigned ports. Those ports are not controlled by veeam since we merely trigger 'mount -t' command. You should configure those ports to be static manually on your NFS server. Here is the example for RedHat 6.

Thanks!

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