I presume you're trying to find out why a share in CMN does not show as mounted, even though it is mounted, right?
So for CMN to identify a mount as the mount you've setup in CMN it will look for server name (name of IP address), username, and path.
You can see this info in Terminal when entering the command "mount". It will list a few lines (some of those are local disk which usually with /dev/disk), and the last lines (if any) will list the network share.
~ $ mount
/dev/disk3s3s1 on / (apfs, sealed, local, read-only, journaled)
devfs on /dev (devfs, local, nobrowse)
/dev/disk3s6 on /System/Volumes/VM (apfs, local, noexec, journaled, noatime, nobrowse)
/dev/disk3s4 on /System/Volumes/Preboot (apfs, local, journaled, nobrowse)
/dev/disk3s2 on /System/Volumes/Update (apfs, local, journaled, nobrowse)
/dev/disk1s2 on /System/Volumes/xarts (apfs, local, noexec, journaled, noatime, nobrowse)
/dev/disk1s1 on /System/Volumes/iSCPreboot (apfs, local, journaled, nobrowse)
/dev/disk1s3 on /System/Volumes/Hardware (apfs, local, journaled, nobrowse)
/dev/disk3s1 on /System/Volumes/Data (apfs, local, journaled, nobrowse, protect)
map auto_home on /System/Volumes/Data/home (autofs, automounted, nobrowse)
//email@example.com/Someshare on /Volumes/Someshare (smbfs, nodev, nosuid, mounted by hans)
//firstname.lastname@example.org/AnotherShare on /Volumes/AnotherShare (smbfs, nodev, nosuid, mounted by hans)
Here the last 2 lines identify user (admin), server name (192.168.1.100 and 192.168.1.101) and paths (Someshare and Anothershare).
These values should match your share definitions for CMN to recognize them as such.
Do you see any discrepancies between mount output and CMN share definitions?
Please note that other applications may mount shares as well - for example Finder and such.
Feel free to post the mount output and matching CMN share definitions here. (mask passwords)