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Routing, network cards, OSI, etc. Anything is fair game.
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Ya the answer is NO, because the NFS service is for sharing files and folders, or just a file system.
but the device file is a special file used by the system, after it recognize the device using its driver.
So even if you could share this file, it will not work at the other side, but if it is a usb storage, mount it first where you connected it, then try to share it across the network using NFS or SAMBA services.
Oh come on, people, be creative. You could probably use ssh for example to direct input to the computer with the device and get back the output from the device. I'm not sure if it would work but it sounds fun.