you are able to connect to NFS shares that servers on your network have exported and made available to connect to. to see what NFS shares a server is making available simply type
showmount -e [server ip address or server name]
showmount - e 192.168.1.60
This will show you what shares are available.
to temporally connect to the share you can mount it, and connect to it eg
mount -t nfs 192.168.0.60: /share /mnt/sharename
to make the following persistant after reboots add the following to your /etc/fstab file
192.168.0.60: /share /mnt/sharename/ nfs soft, intr,timeout=100 0 0
-soft = will error out if share is not available
-intr = will allow nfs to be killed if server is unreachable
-timeout =100 very important as without a timeout if the share hangs you will not be able to login to your system.
save your /etc/fstab file and you are done.