Tks for your advice.
I don't know if this will answer your question but in a nutshell here is how we do it:
1. dl iso to workstation
2. mount iso with loopback to empty folder
3. export via nfs the folder you mounted iso to
4. create boot disk per distro instructions from loopback mounted iso
5. boot server with boot disk
6. choose option for nfs install - see distro instructions
My case will be slightly different. I'm not prepared to NFS install OS on the server. I'll install the base OS, Slackware/CentOS, on the server direct on DVD installer on DVDRom including Apache, PHP, MySQL, Sendmail, etc. but excluding X-window and its related packages. After finish the server will be rebooted. Then the Workstation, say for example a Fedora box, will take place to continue configuring the server. If additional package/packages needed, the Fedora box will install the same on the server remotely. Another question is how to run updating (e.g. apt-get or yum) the server on Fedora box remotely.
IP address for the server will be 192.168.0.10 and for Fedora 192.168.0.11 respectively.
I did this trick, remote administrating distant Linux box, several years before, some thing like dx, fx were needed. But unfortunately I can't recall nor can I found the respective instruction.
Advice would be appreciated. TIA