Network File System (NFS)

NFS is one way that StrongBox connects to a storage network.

What is NFS?

NFS is a file-system protocol that allows a client (such as a server) to access files from a storage device over a network. It’s a common way for data to be transferred in Linux and VMware environments. StrongBox uses NFS (or another standard connectivity protocol, Common Internet File System) as the way to connect seamlessly to a customer’s network.

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