Trouble re-mounting?If you forget to unmount the remote filesystem, later you might find that you can't (re-)mount it, and you get a "remote host has disconnected". It has happened to me. In my case, the remote FS is mounted in the default location
/Volumes/<remoteFS>. You can verify that the previous FS wasn't properly unmounted by typing
mountin the terminal. If you see
/Volumes/<remoteFS>in the list, it means that the old mount wasn't properly dismounted. To dismount it just type
diskutil umount force /Volumes/<remoteFS>. Hope that helps.