Become superuser or assume an equivalent role.
Create a mount point for the file system to be mounted, if necessary.
# mkdir /mount-point
There must be a mount point on the local system to mount a file system. A mount point is a directory to which the mounted file system is attached.
Make sure the resource (file or directory) is available from a server.
To mount an NFS file system, the resource must be made available on the server by using the share command. For information on how to share resources, see About the NFS Service in System Administration Guide: Resource Management and Network Services.
Mount the NFS file system.
# mount -F nfs [-o mount-options] server:/directory /mount-point
Specifies the server's host name that contains the shared resource, and the path to the file or directory to mount.
Specifies the directory on which to mount the file system.
The following example shows how to mount the /export/packages directory on /mnt from the server pluto.
# mount -F nfs pluto:/export/packages /mnt