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Solaris Express Installation Guide: Network-Based Installations
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Create the sysidcfg File

To preconfigure the wanclient-1 system, specify keywords and values in the sysidcfg file. Save this file in the appropriate subdirectory of the document root directory of wanserver-1.

Example 13-1 sysidcfg File for client-1 System

The following is an example of a sysidcfg file for wanclient-1. The host name, IP address, and netmask of these systems have been preconfigured by editing the naming service. This file is located in the /opt/apache/htdocs/flash/ directory.

network_interface=primary {hostname=wanclient-1
                           default_route=192.168.198.1
                           ip_address=192.168.198.210
                           netmask=255.255.255.0
                           protocol_ipv6=no}
timezone=US/Central
system_locale=C
terminal=xterm
timeserver=localhost
name_service=NIS {name_server=matter(192.168.254.254)
                  domain_name=leti.example.com
                  }
security_policy=none
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