I have a problem with my server. In my internal network I hand out several network shares using NFSv4 from a Debian Squeeze server to my clients. These shares use the
all_squash option because I want all users to be able to read and write to the share without any permission hassle.
But now I also need to grant someone outside my network access to one of these shares. Usually I'd use sshfs for something like this, but I'm running into a problem. All the files are owned by nobody:nobody and have permission 644.
What's the easiest or best way to grant someone from outside my network access to these files? Aside from turning to a complicated setup like a NFS over VPN or something.