[OpenAFS] Drive Z not accessable

Derek Atkins warlord@MIT.EDU
11 Jul 2001 08:36:49 -0400

Christophe BERNARD <Christophe.BERNARD@cmm.ensmp.fr> writes:

> So I first accepted TCP/UDP connections to port 750, 7000-7009, and then
> even gave any fine grain access control by accepting ANY traffic from the
> client (something you achieve by typing:
> ipchains -I input 1 -s client-ip -j ACCEPT

What about traffic _TO_ the client?  Try:

ipchains -I input 1 -d client-ip -j ACCEPT

> Also, thinking that AFS would use portmap, I added portmap authorization
> access into inetd.conf, as is usually required for NFS to work.

AFS does not use Portmap.  Indeed, it does not use RPC (it uses

> However, the answer was : drive not 'accessable'.

Make sure the client can _receive_ packets from the servers.

> Ch.


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