Before You Begin
This procedure requires that the file system on the NFS server be shared by using the –public option. Additionally, any firewalls between the NFS client and the NFS server must allow TCP connections on port 2049. All file systems that are shared allow for public file handle access, so the –public option is applied by default.
For more information, see Using Your Assigned Administrative Rights in Securing Users and Processes in Oracle Solaris 11.3.
$ mount -F nfs host:pathname mount-point
$ mount -F nfs bee:/export/share/local /mnt
In this example, the file system /export/share/local is mounted on the local client by using the public file handle. An NFS URL can be used instead of the standard path name. If the public file handle is not supported by the server bee, the mount operation fails.