a5ian300zx wrote:mount -o tcp 192.168.1.102:/share/MD0_DATA/Qmultimedia /qmultimedia
The quoted portion above is all you need. The other stuff you saw is added by the mount command while displaying and includes tokens which are not cmdline options.
Again - when mounting with TCP, you'll get larger sizes and better performance automatically. You don't need to overspecify the settings. Please just try it.
Using UDP at high r/w sizes is a really bad idea. It depends on IP fragmentation, which is lossy and unreliable. And it's usually slower than TCP no matter what the size. This is why the Linux kernel defaults UDP mounts to 8KB - bad enough to have 6 fragments/rpc, let alone 22.