This topic describes how to configure an NFSv4 share on a file gateway.


  1. Log on to your Linux-based host.
  2. Run the following command to mount a file system.
    mount -t nfs4 x.x.x.x:/shares local-directory

    x.x.x.x:/shares represents the IP address of the file gateway and the share. local-directory represents the local directory of your client.

    Note Specify any file directory that supports read and write operations. You cannot specify a directory that does not exist.
  3. Run the df -h command to verify the result.

    If the following or similar information appears, it indicates that the file system is mounted to the local directory.