On the host server, we need to install the directory that contains user data.
The second is a general purpose directory that we're going to create specifically for NFS so that we can demonstrate the proper procedures and settings.
They are not directly mounted on devices, but are associated with pools, which are mounted on devices.
NFS, or Network File System, is a distributed filesystem protocol that allows you to mount remote directories on your server.
In order to keep these straight throughout the guide, I will be using the following IP addresses as stand-ins for the host and server values: You should substitute the values above with your own host and client values.