SOLVED Backup Remote VLAN
I can successfully connect to my backup remote if I use the main network address of my FreeNAS (vlan 1). However, I would like to direct the Backup Remote to use the IP address associated with a VLAN. If I just put the VLAN IP address in the HOST field, it doesn't work. Is there a custom mount option to use a VLAN?
(I tested the NFS share by attaching it as an NFS SR using the VLAN IP address. So, I know the NFS share works. I'm guessing the Backup Remote requires an extra configuration to use the VLAN)
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Does your XO VM have an IP address in the same range as the NFS storage?
NFS doesn't need to be aware of your VLAN, that should all be a layer below.
From your XO VM, can you run:
showmount -e <freenas ip>
@jedimarcus Oh, that makes sense. XO is managing the backup so it needs an IP on the VLAN. I was focusing on the hosts. Once I added a network interface on the XO server for the VLAN, everything worked as expected. Thanks!