1. We would like to have the root volume have the default export-policy rule of no access, but define indepedent rules on non-root volumes. Is this possible? Here is the output of finding out the policy on vol00 if the default policy has no rules vs. has a read rule:
Thank you for the response. I have an access policy with client specification 0.0.0.0/0, all access protocols enabled, and access details are r/w across the board and superuser access is enabled. Basically, the most wide open I can think to do it. But when I try to mount a volume, I get access denied:
sudo mount 192.168.21.74:/vol00 /mnt/na mount.nfs: access denied by server while mounting 192.168.21.74:/vol00
Also, is there any way to have any explicit exports show up in a showmount -e command?