Subject: Re: VAXstation 2000 netboot
To: None <>
From: Peter Joules <>
List: port-vax
Date: 02/27/2000 19:48:36
In article <200002271130.GAA09939@Twig.Rodents.Montreal.QC.CA>, der
Mouse <mouse@Rodents.Montreal.QC.CA> writes
>I'm trying to netboot.  (The machine has a disk, which has VMS on it -
>it boots VMS from the disk OK; I was vaguely surprised I remembered
>enough to log in and shut it down's been *ages*.)
>The network seems to work.  "t 90" spits out a packet, which the
>bootserver can see with tcpdump.  "b esa0:" gives
>       >>> b esa0:
>       -ESA0
>       %VMB-F-ERR, PC = 00000765
>       %VMB-I-STS, R0 = 00000056
>        84 FAIL
>       >>> 

I am getting exactly the same with my MicroVAX 2000.  I posted a
question about it a week or two ago and got no answer.  If anyone mails
you privately then please let me know what the answer is.