Installing Media Flow Manager : Installing Media Flow Manager from Network—PXE

Installing Media Flow Manager from Network—PXE
You must have a configured PXE server (see “Preparing Your PXE Server” on page 4-33) and the URL of the Juniper Networks Media Flow Manager software image in order to use this procedure. To obtain the Media Flow Manager install package, contact Juniper Networks Support; see “Requesting Technical Support” on page 1-12.
Before you begin: Plug your machine into a serial console, with flow control disabled, and configure your BIOS to PXE boot. Juniper Networks recommends connecting the console to the terminal server and opening a TELNET session for this procedure.
Reboot the machine in PXE boot mode. The PXE boot prompt displays. Type in the label that you configured in the PXE server for the Media Flow Manager installation boot files (e.g. mfm?2.2.2) and press Enter. If installing from a serial console, you are prompted to log in as root first.
Type the following command to get the Juniper Networks Media Flow Manager image file installed. Note! While the command uses the abbreviation "mfc" it is for Media Flow Manager, not Media Flow Controller.
install-mfc <URL_of_image_file>
The end-user license agreement (EULA) displays. You must type yes to proceed. You can also type no, in which case the installation is cancelled; or again to see the EULA again.
The following message displays:
Installation is done at <number>
Reboot by typing reboot. When prompted for build choice, do nothing; this brings up the Media Flow Manager platform now on the local disk.
Log in as User admin; there is no default password.
Continue with "“Basic System Configurations” on page 3-31,".
You are now ready to begin configuring Media Flow Manager. See the Juniper Networks Media Flow Manager Administrator’s Guide and CLI Command Reference.

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