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Microsoft Virtualization Discussions

cDOT existing export , add new IP

Kirand1979

i looked at Get-NcExportRule & Get-NcExportPolicy & get-ncvol 

 

How to i add new IP to existing policy (or export) , its a NFS export. 

 

I know the policy name,vserver name, i could not see the junction path from - Get-NcExportRule & Get-NcExportPolicy 

 

from client side i think i know the junction path only , the get-ncvol gives only juction path, but that does not tell repective policy name 

 

how to co-related these 3 cmds to get the policy name etc ?

Also how to add new ip ?

 

i would like to check single script which can show below

 

1. vserver

2. clinetMatch

3. controller

4. policyname 

5. which ips has RW & which has say RO 

 

 

 

 

Thanks

2 REPLIES 2

asulliva

Hello @Kirand1979,

 

@Socra is correct, though you can also pipeline the Get-NcExportPolicy into New-NcExportRule. There are some examples of managing access to exports (and shares and LUNs) here.

 

Hope that helps!

 

Andrew

If this post resolved your issue, please help others by selecting ACCEPT AS SOLUTION or adding a KUDO.

Socra

To add a new ip to an existing export policy try this:

New-NcExportRule name-of-export-policy -clientmatch 10.20.30.40 -ReadOnlySecurityFlavor any -ReadWriteSecurityFlavor any -SuperUserSecurityFlavor any

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