QNAP NFS Share - to Remote Server (proxmox) | (external server)

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ilmnetwork
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QNAP NFS Share - to Remote Server (proxmox) | (external server)

Post by ilmnetwork » Tue Mar 10, 2020 12:31 am

Hello. (sorry for my english)

i'm very new to the use of qnap (TS-251A) Latest firmware 4..1.1216 , we bought one and try to configure a NFS share folder, we give the host/network right access to the folder.
(share Folder access - NFS Access Host - and add the remote host

We open the ports 111, 2049 on the router side. | i made a telnet from the remote server to the nfs port with success and see the traffic.

But when i try to attach de NFS storage on proxmox server iy get an error (this server are in another place, different internet provider).
NFS Create storage failed: error with cfs lock 'file-storage_cfg) error 500 is not online
On this server i have another working NFS share folder, but using openMediaVault (external server too).

on qnap i have enabled Nfs 2-3 version.
i try to use Samba CIFS - BUt still get the error 500 is not online.

Any recommendation? or the best way to do this ?

Thanks for all the help!

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Re: QNAP NFS Share - to Remote Server (proxmox) | (external server)

Post by dolbyman » Tue Mar 10, 2020 12:33 am

horrible idea, only do that via VPN, never open ports to the WWW and forward them to qnap devices

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Re: QNAP NFS Share - to Remote Server (proxmox) | (external server)

Post by dkoeune » Wed Jun 17, 2020 11:32 pm

Hi,

I try to mount in proxmox as CIFS a shared folder on a QNAP NAS too.
I have the same error too (Error with cfs lock 'file-storage_cfg) error 500 is not online).

I tried to add the storage in proxmox, failed.
I tried in the shell chaning the smbversion, failed.
I tried to mount with mount.cifs, failed.

Have you an idea to solution that ?

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