CIFS supports both IPv4 and IPv6 addresses but NFS supports only IPv4 address.
If you are using NFS share, make sure that you provide the exact <file path> and <image name> as it is case-sensitive.
mount /dev/OS_specific_device / user_defined_mount_pointwhere, user_defined_mount_point is any directory you choose to use for the mount similar to any mount command.
For RHEL, the CD device ( .iso virtual device) is /dev/scd0 and floppy device ( .img virtual device) is /dev/sdc.
tail /var/log/messages | grep SCSI
This displays the text that identifies the device (example, SCSI device sdc). This procedure also applies to Virtual Media when you are using Linux distributions in runlevel init 3. By default, the virtual media is not auto-mounted in init 3.