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    I have prepared jumpstart server and try to boot jumpstart client.when i ececute boot net -install at the ok prompt on jumpstart client
  ok boot net -install
   boot: cannot open kernel/sparcv9/unix
     Enter filename [kernel/sparcv9/unix]:
   SC Alert: DHCP negotiation failed, perhaps misconfigured or no DHCP server avail
  able

juspstart server running on solaris 8.i am trying to install jumpstart client with solaris 9 os.so i have prepared install server with solairs 9(9/05) on solairs 8 .
jumpstart server model:NetraT1
jumpstart client model  :v445
  what could be the issue.how can i diable dhcp on sc?





   
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