NFS uses hosts.allow and hosts.deny for IP address restriction.

Reload /etc/exports

exportfs -ra

Display available mounts

showmount -e nas


ZFS allows setting up an NFS share directly with the filesystem.

zfs set sharenfs=on zpool/zfsset

You can also set the NFS settings directly:

zfs set sharenfs=[nfs settings] zpool/zfsset

I have *not* had any success setting this up with ZFS on Linux (0.6.3). I get server access denied no matter what configuration I try. In contrast, I've tried it with NAS4Free, and it works fine.


Read-only to subnet

/var/nfs/images *(ro,no_subtree_check)