k, first off I imagine your nas is 100mb/s...
Next I think you should consult your owners manual for how to properly configure NFS and then read up on google exactly what NFS is and how you go about it.
NFS and Samba only connection is that both are protocols that allow exporting/mounting of remote filesystems. After that there is zero connection pretty much.
Once you have NFS running on your nas, then telnet in to the wdtvl and execute this to find out if you have permissions to mount the NFS.
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showmount -e your.nas.ip.address
if it says you have permission then mount it following instructions in net.mounts file. If it says you don't then go back to step one and figure out how to correctly configure your nas.