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Sun Ray unit is starting up and is waiting for ethernet link

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Sun Ray unit is downloading new firmware.

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Sun Ray unit is storing new firmware in its flash memory.

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Either the download or storage of new firmware has failed.

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Local pin entry to the smart card has failed.

Figure 1.7

In local smartcard pin entry mode.

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Server is authenticated by the Sun Ray and the graphic/keyboard network connection is encrypted.

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The Sun Ray cannot authenticate the server but the graphic/keyboard network connection is still being encrypted.

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Server authenticated to the Sun Ray; network connection between Sun Ray and server not encrypted.

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Server not authenticated to the Sun Ray; graphic/keyboard network connection is not encrypted.

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The Sun Ray is refusing to talk to the server due to the server's refusal or inability to authenticate or encrypt the network connection.

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The Sun Ray USB bus is temporarily busy servicing a high-speed device, and the keyboard or mouse may not be responsive to user input.

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The Sun Ray unit is booting up and is waiting on DHCP IP address and parameter assignment.

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The Sun Ray unit is booting up and is now waiting for the initial connection to a Sun Ray server.

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The connection between the Sun Ray and the network is down. Check the network drop cable and (if the network drop cable is okay) the network switch.

Figure 1.18

TheThe Sun Ray has disconnected from the previous server.

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The Sun Ray is being redirected to a new server.

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The Sun Ray has connected to the server and is waiting for graphics traffic (this is the GNC state).

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The Sun Ray is broadcasting to locate a Sun Ray server since either it was not provided with Sun Ray specific DHCP parameters or all of the specified servers are not responding.

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The network link is up and not encrypted.

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The network link is up and graphics/keyboard are encrypted.

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The network link is up, the server is authenticated and graphics/keyboard are encrypted.

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The network link is up, the server is not authenticated and graphics/keyboard are not encrypted.

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The server is refusing to talk to the Sun Ray due to the Sun Ray's refusal or inability to authenticate or encrypt the network connection.

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Letters (A-D) next to the icon codes carry the following DHCP State Codes:

A DCHP only provided IP address with no additional parameters.
B DCHP provided IP address, subnet mask, and router, but Sun Ray vendor-specific parameters are missing.
C DHCP provided IP address and Sun Ray vendor-specific parameters, but subnet mask and router are missing.
D DHCP provided all expected parameters.