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Re: [K12OSN] is it possible to use Windows DHCP server with LTSP?





Wow,

I guess I'll keep reading. It seems pretty cryptic. I assume that If I managed to get the right DHCP options configured, i'd also need to edit /etc/hosts, /etc/hosts.allow and /etc/exports. My client picks up the IP I reserved for it along with correct subnet mask and route but doesn't get handed an image.

For the record, this is what I have, but it doesn't work, yet:

017 Root Path    10.114.0.105:/opt/ltsp-4.2/i386
060 PXEClient
066 Boot Server Host Name   10.114.0.105
067 Bootfile Name /tftboot/lts/2.6.17.8-ltsp-1/pxelinux.0

I guess I need to do a bit of reading and see if I can suss out what's needed. If I ever figure it out it would be a great one for the ltsp.wiki!

John

On 10/18/06, cliebow midmaine com < cliebow midmaine com> wrote:
option 17 10.10.10.254:/opt/ltsp/ppc
option 43 01 01 02 08 04 00 00 01 82 05 69 6d 61 63 34
option 60 PXEClient
option 66 10.10.10.254
option 67 /yaboot
option 211 74:66:74:70

add options using netsh for options not normally in dhcp .Get a command
prompt

netsh
dhcp server
add optionDef 211 BootProtocol STRING

pretty easy to add options..never tried option 128/9 though..chuck

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