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Solaris Express Installation Guide: Network-Based Installations
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E

eeprom command, checking OBP support of WAN boot installations, WAN Boot Installation Commands
encrypting data during WAN boot installation
with digital certificate
Provide the Trusted Certificate to the Client
(Optional) Use Private Key and Certificate for Client Authentication
with HTTPS, (Optional) Protecting Data by Using HTTPS
with private key, (Optional) Use Private Key and Certificate for Client Authentication
encrypting data with HTTPS, WAN boot installation, Protecting Data by Using HTTPS
encryption key
creating, Create the Keys for the Server and the Client
description, Encrypting Data With Encryption Keys
encrypting data during WAN boot installation, Encrypting Data With Encryption Keys
installing
example
To Install Keys in the Client OBP
To Install a Hashing Key and an Encryption Key on a Running Client
Install Keys on the Client
methods to install, Installing Keys on the Client
with wanboot program, To Perform an Interactive WAN Boot Installation
specifying in wanboot.conf file, wanboot.conf File Parameters and Syntax
encryption_type parameter, wanboot.conf File Parameters and Syntax
/etc/bootparams file, enabling JumpStart directory access, Booting From the Network, General Problems
/etc/locale file, To Preconfigure the Locale Using NIS
/etc/netboot directory
configuration and security files, description, Specifying Security and Configuration Information in the /etc/netboot Directory
configuring client and server authentication, (Optional) Use Private Key and Certificate for Client Authentication
creating
Creating the /etc/netboot Hierarchy on the WAN Boot Server
Create the /etc/netboot Hierarchy
description, Storing Configuration and Security Information in the /etc/netboot Hierarchy
example, Sharing Security and Configuration Information in the /etc/netboot Directory
inserting
client private key, (Optional) Use Private Key and Certificate for Client Authentication
digital certificate, (Optional) Use Private Key and Certificate for Client Authentication
trusted certificate, Provide the Trusted Certificate to the Client
permissions, Creating the /etc/netboot Hierarchy on the WAN Boot Server
sharing configuration and security files among clients
Customizing the Scope of the WAN Boot Installation
Sharing Security and Configuration Information in the /etc/netboot Directory
storing configuration and security files
entire network installations
Customizing the Scope of the WAN Boot Installation
Creating the /etc/netboot Hierarchy on the WAN Boot Server
entire subnet installations
Customizing the Scope of the WAN Boot Installation
Creating the /etc/netboot Hierarchy on the WAN Boot Server
single-client installations
Customizing the Scope of the WAN Boot Installation
Creating the /etc/netboot Hierarchy on the WAN Boot Server

F

failed upgrade, rebooting problems, Upgrading, General Problems
file variable, To Perform a Noninteractive WAN Boot Installation
files and file systems
displaying mounted file systems, Network Installation Commands
displaying shared file systems, Network Installation Commands
system configuration syntax, System Configuration File Settings and Syntax
WAN boot file system, What Is WAN Boot?
wanboot.conf
description, wanboot.conf File Parameters and Syntax
syntax, wanboot.conf File Parameters and Syntax
flarcreate command, syntax for WAN boot installations, WAN Boot Installation Commands

G

H

hard disks, size, space available, SPARC: To Create a SPARC Install Server With SPARC or x86 DVD Media
hashing key
creating, Create the Keys for the Server and the Client
description, Checking the Integrity of Data With a Hashing Key
installing
example, Install Keys on the Client
methods to install, Installing Keys on the Client
with wanboot program, To Perform an Interactive WAN Boot Installation
protecting data during WAN boot installation, Checking the Integrity of Data With a Hashing Key
specifying in wanboot.conf file, wanboot.conf File Parameters and Syntax
HMAC SHA1 hashing key, See hashing key
host-ip variable, To Perform a Noninteractive WAN Boot Installation
host name, preconfiguring, Choosing a Naming Service
hostname variable, To Perform a Noninteractive WAN Boot Installation
HTTP over Secure Sockets Layer, See HTTPS
http-proxy variable, To Perform a Noninteractive WAN Boot Installation
HTTPS
description, Protecting Data by Using HTTPS
protecting data during WAN boot installation, Protecting Data by Using HTTPS
requirements to use with WAN boot, (Optional) Protecting Data by Using HTTPS

I

install server
creating with CD media
SPARC: To Create a SPARC Install Server With SPARC or x86 CD Media
x86: To Create an x86 Install Server With x86 CD Media
creating with CD media, example
SPARC: To Create a SPARC Install Server With SPARC or x86 CD Media
SPARC: To Create a SPARC Install Server With SPARC or x86 CD Media
x86: To Create an x86 Install Server With x86 CD Media
Network Installation Over the Same Subnet (Examples)
Network Installation Over the Same Subnet (Examples)
creating with cross-platform CD media, To Create a SPARC Install Server on an x86 System With SPARC CD Media
creating with cross-platform CD media, example, To Create a SPARC Install Server on an x86 System With SPARC CD Media
creating with cross-platform media, Creating a Cross-Platform Install Server for CD Media
creating with DVD media
SPARC: To Create a SPARC Install Server With SPARC or x86 DVD Media
x86: To Create an x86 Install Server With SPARC or x86 DVD Media
creating with DVD media, example
SPARC: To Create a SPARC Install Server With SPARC or x86 DVD Media
SPARC: To Create a SPARC Install Server With SPARC or x86 DVD Media
x86: To Create an x86 Install Server With SPARC or x86 DVD Media
x86: To Create an x86 Install Server With SPARC or x86 DVD Media
Network Installation Over the Same Subnet (Examples)
Network Installation Over the Same Subnet (Examples)
on subnet, SPARC: To Create a SPARC Install Server With SPARC or x86 DVD Media
system types applicable, Required Servers for Network Installation
WAN boot installation requirements, WAN Boot Requirements and Guidelines
install time updates (ITUs), installing
x86: To Install the Client Over the Network With GRUB (DVD)
x86: To Install the Client Over the Network With GRUB (CDs)
installation, WAN boot, description, What Is WAN Boot?
installing
device drivers
x86: To Install the Client Over the Network With GRUB (DVD)
x86: To Install the Client Over the Network With GRUB (CDs)
install time updates (ITUs)
x86: To Install the Client Over the Network With GRUB (DVD)
x86: To Install the Client Over the Network With GRUB (CDs)
IP addresses
preconfiguring, Choosing a Naming Service
preconfiguring a default route, Choosing a Naming Service
IPv6, preconfiguring, Choosing a Naming Service
IRQ level, preconfiguring, Choosing a Naming Service

K

Kerberos, preconfiguring, Choosing a Naming Service
keyboard language and layout, preconfiguring, Choosing a Naming Service
keys, See encryption key, hashing key
keystore file
description, Specifying Security and Configuration Information in the /etc/netboot Directory
inserting client private key, (Optional) Use Private Key and Certificate for Client Authentication
keywords, sysidcfg file, sysidcfg File Keywords

L

le0: No carrier - transceiver cable problem message, Booting From Media, Error Messages
list-security-keys command, syntax, OBP Commands
locale file, To Preconfigure the Locale Using NIS
locale.org_dir table, adding entries, To Preconfigure the Locale Using NIS+
log files, for WAN boot installation, (Optional) To Configure the WAN Boot Logging Server
logging server
configuring for WAN boot installation, (Optional) Configure the WAN Boot Server as a Logging Server
description, WAN Boot Requirements and Guidelines
location of log messages, (Optional) To Configure the WAN Boot Logging Server
WAN boot installation requirements, WAN Boot Requirements and Guidelines
logging server, specifying in wanboot.conf file, wanboot.conf File Parameters and Syntax
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