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multi-level nfs exporting?

I'm trying to do this in /etc/exports on my fileserver:
/mnt/data1      192.168.0/24(sync,rw,no_root_squash)
/mnt/data2      192.168.0/24(sync,rw,no_root_squash)
/mnt/data2/src 192.168.0/24(sync,rw,no_root_squash)

When I do this it will correctly export data2/src but not data2.  I've
been using automount from a different server that's being decom'd and
I'm moving the data to a more secure/redundant machine.  I'd like to
just update the auto.mnt to point to the new server and not have to
modify all the tools that try to use /mnt/src.

Any good suggestions on how to or if this type of exporting can be done?
I tried changing the order, no go there either.

(Debian unstable, nfs-kernel-server, kernel 2.4.20)

Thoughts, theories?

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