Using the SAP Installation Wizard, it is possible to copy the SAP media sets from a remote server (for example, via NFS or SMB). However, using the option provided there means that you need to install the product at the same time. Additionally, it does not allow for copying all SAP media used in your organization to a single server.
However, you can easily create such a server on your own. For example, if you want to put the SAP media sets on an NFS Server, proceed as follows:
On your installation server, create the directory /srv/www/htdocs/sap_repo.
Open the file /etc/exports and add the following:
In /srv/www/htdocs/sap_repo, create a directory for every SAP medium you have. Give these directories speaking names, so you can identify them late. For example, you could use names like kernel, java, or maxdb.
Copy the contents of each SAP medium to the corresponding directory with cp -a.
IMPORTANT: Avoid Using Windows* Operating Systems for Copying
Using Windows operating system for copying or copying from/to Windows file systems like NTFS can break permission settings and capitalization of files and directories.
You can now install from the NFS server you set up. In the SAP Installation Wizard, specify the path this way: server_name/srv/www/htdocs/sap_repo. For more information about specifying the path, see Table 4-1.
For information about installing SUSE Linux Enterprise Server from an NFS server, see Deployment Guide, Chapter Remote Installation, Section Setting Up an NFS Repository Manually (https://www.suse.com/documentation/sles-12/).