$ /usr/sbin/ping bee bee is alive
If the command reports that the server is alive, remotely check the NFS server. For information about remotely checking the NFS server, see How to Check the NFS Server Remotely.
If you are using the NIS name service, verify that the ypbind daemon is running. For more information, see ypbind Not Running on NIS Client in Working With Oracle Solaris 11.3 Directory and Naming Services: DNS and NIS.
If you are using the LDAP name service, verify that the ldap_cachemgr daemon is running. For more information, see Monitoring LDAP Client Status in Working With Oracle Solaris 11.3 Directory and Naming Services: LDAP.
$ /usr/bin/getent hosts system
$ /usr/bin/getent hosts bee 192.0.2.0 bee.eng.example.com
If the command run from a second client fails, check whether the NFS service is enabled on the server. For more information, see How to Verify the NFS Service on the Server.
If the ping command fails, check the networking software configuration on the client, for example, the/etc/netmasks file and the property information associated with the svc:/system/name-service/switch service.
If the rpcinfo command does not display program 100003 Version 4 ready and waiting, then NFS Version 4 is not enabled on the server. For information about enabling NFS Version 4, see Figure 4, Table 4, Setting Up the NFS Service.
Try to move the client to a different physical network connection.