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NFS over IPv6 on Windows Server 2012 R2

Question asked by Julian Merbt on Mar 23, 2015
Latest reply on May 7, 2015 by Julian Merbt

Hello community,


I'm facing problems with mounting NFS export via IPv6 with Windows Server 2012 R2. In my company we have a HNAS 3100/3200.


We configured the export that the whole IPv6 /64 subnet could access the share. The command "showmount -e IPv6 address of HNAS " works, but if I want to mount the share, the system says "File not found -Error 53". If I test with IPv4 and allow my server's IPv4 address to access, everything works, but the usage of IPv4 was forbidden by our network administration. The usage of IPv6 works only under SUSE Linux 11.


I'm just the Windows admin, but could I can contact my storage admin colleagues, if you have any suggestions what to do.


We couldn't find any access logs on the NAS box. This would would be a first helpful tipp, if you could tell me where to look.


Thank you.