How to Set Up an Install Client
You can use the installadm create-client command to create specific client configurations and to
limit the install services, or to explicitly specify an install service name and
image path, that a particular type of client can discover.
In order to create custom client specifications, you need to provide the following
MAC address for the client.
Path of the net image to be used by the automated installer for this client.
Name of the install service for the client to use for installation.
For x86 clients, you can optionally specify boot properties.
Use the following command to provide custom client settings.
installadm create-client [-b property=value,...] -e macaddr -t imagepath -n svcname
This command has the following options:
Use the -e option to specify the MAC address, macaddr , of the client.
Use the -t option to specify the path, imagepath, for the net image to be used with the automated installer.
Note - This net image was created when you set up an install service by using the installadm create-service command.
Use the -n option to specify an install service, svcname, for the client to use for installation.
For x86 systems only, the -b option may be used to set one or more property values, property=value,..., in the client-specific menu.lst file in /tftpboot. Use this option to set boot properties that are specific to this client. This option can accept multiple property=value pairs.