Lo acabo de descrubir y es un uso del signo de pesos en bash que desconocía.
-n Do not require that clients make mount requests from reserved
ports. (Normally, only mount requests from reserved ports are
accepted.) This option should only be specified if there are
clients, such as PCs, that need it. The use of -n is STRONGLY
discouraged, as it opens up a wide range of security problems.
Use a reserved socket port number. This is useful for mounting servers that require clients to use a reserved port number on the mistaken belief that this makes NFS more secure. (For the rare case where the client has a trusted root account but untrustwor-thy users and the network cables are in secure areas this does help, but for normal desktop clients this does not apply.)
sudo /Applications/TextEdit.app/Contents/MacOS/TextEdit /etc/autofs.conf
# Automounter master map
+auto_master # Use directory service
/net -hosts -nobrowse,hidefromfinder,nosuid
/home auto_home -nobrowse,hidefromfinder
/Users/makz/RemoteFS/NFS auto_nas -intr,resvport=1024,deadtimeout=10,timeo=10,retrycnt=1