How to do WAN boot in Solaris 10?

Posted on 2009-04-15
Last Modified: 2013-12-27
Hello, I need to learn and configure the WAN boot in Solaris 10, Can some one let me know the step by step process to do a BASIC wan boot installation please. Thanks in Advance!
Question by:beer9
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    This should tell you all you want to know about WANboot:

    Of course, it all presumes that the system you are using is WAN boot capable.

    This page is a little more clear, IMHO. It is for OpenSolaris/SXCE, but as far as I know, nothing changed
    in OS/SXCE regarding WAN boot, so it should be useful.

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    Thank you blu :-)

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