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My scenario is:

hostA: /A_NFS/
hostB: hostA:/A_NFS/ on /B_NFS type nfs
hostC: hostB:/B_NFS/ on /C_NFS type nfs

hostA is reachable for hostB, but not reachable for hostC.

hostB is reachable for hostC.

In this scenario, I can't get any content in hostC:/C_NFS.

Is there a way to make the things in hostA:/A_NFS/ could be seen in hostC:/C_NFS by mount? Or other ways can make the hostB forward the content of hostA to hostC?

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Is this your same case?: serverfault.com/questions/55025/… – golimar May 23 '13 at 10:03
    
No. It's different. It's permission problem in that case. I just get an empty /C_NFS without any mount error. – Rex Ren May 27 '13 at 6:40
    
I think I've found the solution. SSH tunnel can solve this problem. linuxhorizon.ro/ssh-tunnel.html – Rex Ren May 27 '13 at 7:13

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