I know about the S model - as per my post - but unfortunately I have realized after making the purchase.
Can you please help me with the following issue: my unit is not able to boot from FTP, even if I follow up the CISCO official documentation for that version (I issue all the commands as in the manual). More than that, if I setup the Primary Boot Configuration and then I want to check it up there is nothing in that field. The Secondary Boot Configuration keeps its settings and after the Primary failure it will try the Network Booting but with Failed status - returning me to the OffDM.
I mention that I am using the OffDM because the unit I bought has no Flash Card.
Also I am not sure how can I have a "network mounted filesystem" and in the meantime to use the FTP protocol; setting up a NFS server wont provide me with Windows style absolute path like k:/.... as per CISCO official guide. Is that a plain-ftp generically called as Network File System??? "First, create these subdirectories on the FTP server, then copy the files from the boot image to the subdirectories"
Is this linked with the fact that I am using a Linux box for my FTP Server? Can you please help me to understand what the following line from CISCO official guide means "A network boot is not supported on UNIX workstations"
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