NCD terminals require that host computers residing on the network provide the following services. Some of the following are optional or depend on the network configuration:
For information on address discovery services and storing information in NVRAM, see Chapter 3, Booting-Address Discovery.
For information on the subnet mask, see Chapter 3, Booting-Address Discovery.
For information about downloading X servers from the network, see Chapter 4, Booting-X Server Loading. For basic information on starting and configuring TFTP and NFS, see "Configuring How a Terminal Accesses Files".
For information on loading an X server locally from a PCMCIA card, see the NCDware System Administrator's Guide for UNIX Systems.
For information on configuring the file service, see "Configuring How a Terminal Accesses Files".
For information on accessing local files on a PCMCIA card or diskette, see the System Administrator's Guide.
For information on address resolution, see "Configuring the ARP Cache (Resolved Addresses)".
For information on name service, see "Using a Name Service".