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Need help with NFS rule to allow only a specific IP to write to a share.


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I have never used NFS before. I have been using Samba for years but I just got a security camera that will only write to NFS or FTP. I know I could install something like ZoneMinder but I don't want to get into that complex of a configuration yet.

 

I was reading it is better to use NFS than FTP so I am trying to expose a share over NFS so my camera can write to it. 

 

I can't find much information on the NFS rule syntax in the Unraid documentation.

 

I just want to make it so 192.168.1.50 can read/write to the share. Nothing else should be able to read/write to it using NFS. 

 

How would I go about doing this? 

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  • 2 years later...

Hi @IMTheNachoMan,

 

late to the party but could be helpful for others.

 

Following a set of instruction on creating an NFS Share for only specified IP / IP's:

 

- Main Navigation -> Shares -> Your Share (for this example I will use my 'multimedia' share)

- Scroll down to 'NFS Security Settings'

- Making the share available to only one IP (in this example, 10.1.1.165)

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- Making the share available to multiple IP's (simply separate multiple IP's by a space)

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Cheers,

DoggByte / BigTechDiet

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