This command will mount an NFS share in linux to an exisiting empty folder called /mountpoint.
mount servername:/nfs-exported-sharename /mountpoint
The servername is the server's name. Note this can be the UNC name (server.domain.com). The nfs-exported-sharename is the NFS share that has been exported on the NFS server. The /mountpoint is the location on the system where you would like to mount this connected share. This directory must exist and be empty before you run the command.
This is an over simplified command as there are many NFS options but this should work by itself. I have used this many times on Centos and Redhat Linux but it should work for most linux versions that have an nfs client installed.