In this article, I’ll present some tips for installing a Virtual I/O Server (VIOS) remotely—without physical media and without a Network Installation Manager (NIM) server. This is useful if you have to configure an IBM Power System in a remote data center. You shouldn't need to travel to the data center, and you won't have to schedule someone to be on-site to load DVDs: You can build it all remotely, starting with the VIOS, which makes a great starting point for ...

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