First when defining which machine has access to your NFS share, I don't think you can put three IP address in one rule. You may enable all machines in your IP subnet by putting 192.168.0.0/24, or you can define 3 rule with one IP address each:
Next when you access the NFS share normally you don't put "\\" in front of the IP address. Try just 192.168.0.11/nfs/TEST. For Windows 7, try "mount //192.168.0.11/nfs/TEST t:"
Thank you for your reply.
Yes all 3 ip addresses for accessing the nas are in 3 different rules. Sorry, if that was not clear.
However, I did not add any subnet mask, so I added /32 to the addresses.
mount command in Windows 7 needs the host address starting with two backslashes, otherwise it refuses the host address as not having the correct syntax.
Even with the recent changes, still getting Error 53 (network path not found) with mount command.
I get the feeling that the NFS-Pathes of the SS4200 are NOT /nfs/SharedFolderName.... :-/