Linux Mount Drive

I require to mount a drive from a Linux Server Redhat 5 to a Linux Server Redhat.
Up until now I have done this from Linux Server to Windows Server.

The commands I use are below.   How do I do this from Linux to Linux.

Createing the directories to use as mount points on Linux Server
mkdir /mnt/dir

Mounting the directories as cifs shares
mount -t cifs -o username=***,password=*** //vs01/c$/iris /mnt/dir
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SandyCommented:
1. Share that directory with nfs
2. mount it normally e.g.

#mount <ip>:/<dir> /mountpoint

TY/SA
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Bransby-ITAuthor Commented:
What about the username and password?
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SandyCommented:
no need in case of nfs
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Bransby-ITAuthor Commented:
:-) The world of Linux! Mind Blowing :-)
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SandyCommented:
let me clarify this further for you..

Machine 1 (From where you want to share)

#mkdir /test
#vim /etc/exports
/test            <ip>/<SubnetMask>(rw,sync,no_root_squash)

:wq

#service portmap restart  or #service rpcbind restart

#service nfs restart

#chkconfig portmap on
#chkconfig nfs on

#showmount -e localhost

-======

Machine 2 (Where you have to mount)

#showmount -e <machine1_IP>

#mount <machine1_IP>:/test /mnt  (/mnt m considering as mountpoint)

TY/SA
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Bransby-ITAuthor Commented:
What does this command do?
#vim /etc/exports
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SandyCommented:
this is to modify the exports file for sharing the folder you want..

its NFS config file for sharing the directories.

TY/SA
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Bransby-ITAuthor Commented:
OK I have got the following error Mount: Path of share failed, reason given by server: Permission denied.

I set the username and password on this to WP (for software reasons.  

Any advise?
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SandyCommented:
What is the Entry u made in exports ? ?

instead of username limit the access by ip ot subnet

ty/sa
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