how to create a linux export

I have one windows server and 2 linux servers.
I have created a shared folder on windows server  ( server A )
I have mounted the shared folder ( cifs.mount ) on linux server ( Server B )  /mnt

I want to be able to access the /mnt  from Server B ( the other linux server ) and be able to read / write.
How can i do this ? Export the /mnt ? Any idea or examples would be appreciated.
c_hocklandAsked:
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Peter HutchisonSenior Network Systems SpecialistCommented:
You need to set up the smb client on Linux and mount the share to a mount point in /mnt

1. Install smbclient (if not already done):
 sudo apt-get smbclient smbfs

2. Test access to server A
smbclient –L servera –U userid

3. Create a mount point folder
mkdir /mnt/sharename

4. Now mount the share to new mount point
mount –t cifs –o username=user,password=thepass //servera/sharename  /mnt/sharename
omarfaridCommented:
You could use NFS to export the /mnt on the linux server that mounted the folder from windows server, and on the other linux server you can use nfs to mount the exported folder.

Example:

server A mount the windows folder using samba client to /mnt
server A then exports the /mnt folder
server B (the 2nd linux server) uses NFS to mount the exported folder from server A.

What is your linux servers' platform?

below link might help you with commands / steps for NFS
omarfaridCommented:

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