Pull image with Wyse Simple Imager

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    I’am trying to pull an image from my Wyse V90L but won’t work.
    Pushing an image works.

    Steps I follow:
    1. Changed the fourth last line to echo ex.: alone pull 9V92 testV92
    2. Connect thinclient with PC
    3. Start WSI
    4. Submit an image.
    5. Click Ok and Close
    6. Boot my thinclient.

    It doesn’t get an IP?

    Someone an idea?

    Kind regards.
    Tom

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    Do you have DHCP turbo running with a scope setup?

    Sorry i’m pretty new too, but having just been through this i thought i might be able to help.

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    I would like help with this also.
    I have looked a the instructions here, on how to push and pull images using WSI.

    I have installed this on a laptop and also installed turbo dhcp, how do you set up a ‘scope’ ? πŸ˜•

    I have connected the terminal (Wyse S90) to the laptop using a crossed network cable, is this correct ?

    On the Wyse terminal I set its boot sequence to PXE first.

    Am I on the right track? I am new to dhcp and this the first time I have attempted this. 😳

    Any help much appreciated.

    ddaw

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    Hi Guys,

    There is kinda 3 questions here so lets start with WSI…

    First make sure you install DHCP Turbo and WSI with a static IP and the network cable plugged into something. WSI installs a service now called DHCPproxy and this binds to the IP at the time of installation. You will need to use this IP every time you use WSI.

    I make a batch file to start and stop the DHCPproxy and DHCP Turbo services so they don’t cause issues when my notebook is no the network.

    In DHCP turbo create a scope of say 5 address (this is all the free version supports). You don’t need any options just a pool of 5 address. Also change the lease to expire say every 6 hours (by default its never and you will run out of address)

    Now try and push an image – always make sure you can push an image with WSI before even bothering trying to pull one.

    I hope this helps – DHCP Turbo has its own manual if you need it and any DHCP server will do – in fact you could use TFTP32 instead as it has a DHCP server.

    Cheers,
    -TT

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    Good Morning All,

    I’m kinda in the same boat as TTE here and I’m
    at the point where my hair hurts from fooling wth this.

    I’m trying to “pull” an image from an S90 using the following procedure:

    S90 and XPPsp2 machine connected via simple hub.
    XPPsp2 machine fixed IP @ 10.1.1.12
    Standard (default) installation of DHCPTurbo (manual startup) and WSI on XPPsp2 machine
    DHCPTurbo scope – 10.1.1.2 – 10.1.1.4

    Note: At this point if I start up DCHPTurbo on the XPP machine and boot the S90 it will acquire IP 10.1.1.3, boot to XPe and a ping shows good connection.

    Making sure the S90 is off but with power still applied:
    Startup DHCPTurbo
    Startup WSI, select an image, “submit” it to get TFTP32 running.
    Close up WSI
    At Command Line:
    “cd “
    “cd inetpubftprootrapporttoolssaalone”
    “alone pull 9S92 test9S92”
    Power up the S90

    So far so good except it won’t even create the “test9S92” directory much less pull the image.

    I suspect the problem lies in the alone.bat file I’m using.
    Here’s the original that got installed with WSI:

    @echo off

    REM Alone.bat
    REM Syntax:
    REM
    REM Alone
    REM %1 %2 %3
    REm
    REM example:
    REM Alone push 9450 package
    REM ALone pull 9450 package

    if “%1” == “” goto help
    if “%2” == “” goto help
    if “%3” == “” goto help

    echo “=%2,=%1,=%3,” > job.i2c

    if “%1” == “pull” mkdir ……%3

    goto end

    :help

    echo Run: alone ^ ^ ^
    echo ex.: alone push 9450 test9450
    goto end

    :end
    exit /b

    I altered this (per instructions elsewhere in this board) to:

    @echo off

    REM Alone.bat
    REM Syntax:
    REM
    REM Alone
    REM %1 %2 %3
    REm
    REM example:
    REM Alone push 9450 package
    REM ALone pull 9450 package

    if “%1” == “” goto help
    if “%2” == “” goto help
    if “%3” == “” goto help

    echo “=%2,=%1,=%3,” > job.i2c

    if “%1” == “pull” mkdir ……%3

    goto end

    :help

    echo Run: alone ^ ^ ^
    echo ex.: alone pull 9S92 test9S92
    goto end

    :end
    exit /b

    I think more needs to be done with the variable settings but unfortunately this is where I get off the bus. I have no idea what needs to go in the first or second “echo” lines.

    Any help here?

    If need be I can go further into what the log for TFTP32 says or what I’m seeing on the S90 during the attempt to pull the image but I thought I’d get squared away on the .bat file first.

    Thanks much,

    BD

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