jumpstart clinet nfs mount problem.

Posted on 2007-11-28
Last Modified: 2013-12-27
when i invoke boot net - install
Attempting to configure interface bge0...
Configured interface bge0
install entry: /cdrom/sol_10_807_sparc/
root entry: nypplbo200sa /cdrom/sol_10_807_sparc/s0/Solaris_10/To
ERROR:  Unable to NFS mount
             Exiting to shell.
getting above error and exit to the shell promt #

what could be the issue?..where i am doing wrong..
jupstart client and jumpstart server are on the same subnet.

Question by:sants_pp
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yuzh earned 250 total points
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It looks like you have not set up the installation server/jumpstart server correctly. it try to boot from a remote CDROM!

please read the following doc, and setup the jumstart server:

also have a look at the Sun doc:
"Installation Guide: Custom JumpStart and Advanced Installations"

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geoffry earned 250 total points
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JET (Jumpstart Enterprise Toolkit) is easy to use.

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