I have a flash drive that I have been using to boot to my K2000 so I can do Imaging and Scripted Installs.  I am not able to boot to it anymore.  The only thing that we changed is at my desk, we had to put a new IP address range and new subnet on the port I am using.  I am just trying to figure out what is causing me not to boot into the K2000 anymore.  These are the errors I am getting:

ERROR: Unable to determine server IP address from DHCP

WARNING: Using hardcoded K2000 IP address as fallback

System error 53 has occured

ERROR: Unable to mount KBOX share at \\192.168.0.10\peinst

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did you add the dhcp options to this new subnet?

Answered 10/01/2013 by: SMal.tmcc
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Yes

Answered 10/01/2013 by: tsienkiewicz@ldirx.com
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  • Can you authenticate to \\k2\peinst on your workstation? Also, what is the reason you're using a usb key and not dhcp to boot to the K2?
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This is typically a DHCP issue.

As an alternative, you can use KBE Manipulator to build a static ip KBE (points directly to your K2 instead of using DCHP) and then put that to a usb key.

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Answered 10/01/2013 by: cserrins
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This worked great.  Thank you very much.

Answered 10/01/2013 by: tsienkiewicz@ldirx.com
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Where do I find the KBE Manipulator?

Answered 10/01/2013 by: tsienkiewicz@ldirx.com
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  • http://www.itninja.com/question/kbe-manipulator
    • It's also in the training bundle.
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