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Solved it myself. The MBA was on a different WIFI connection (2.4GHz). The problem is gone after I switched the MBA to the 5GHz WIFI, which the other machines are connected to.
A couple of things you need to be aware of. First - the AFP URL needs to contain the name of the share - not it's location on the server. Second, the mount point must be an empty directory that you have write permission to. So your commands might be :- sudo mkdir /Volumes/mount sudo mount -t afp afp://user:pass@ipaddress/SharedDrive /Volumes/mount
Try this: Hit command K, to bring up the connect to server window Click the History button, it's to the right of the "+" button, a popup menu of all previous connections will appear. Click the server you want to connect to. I hope this works for you.
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