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Re: [K12OSN] BUILT-IN NIC



On Thursday 24 May 2007 12:26:39 pm Barry Cisna wrote:
> Ray,
>
> On the PXE boot client,in the bios,besides selecting the network card as
> your first boot device,you also probably need to *enable* the pxe part of
> the NIC in the "integrated devices" portion of the system's bios as well.
> ( you may have an option there to select either RPL or PXE).
> Also there may be an option in the systems bios to "use INT18" or INT19"
> as a pxe boot option. Without have one of these enabled the machine will
> NOT actually pxe boot from the onboard nic.
> These particular cards/chips, WILL PXE boot if the added options are
> correct as well.
>
I'll check the BIOS again for those options.

> DO you ever see the lines "Intel UNDI 2.0" in the bootup process of the
> client going to your K12LTSP server? I m guessing not?...
> Hope this is clear enough ( as mud,right),,,:).
>
Actually, yes I do. It says:
Intel UNDI, PXE-2.0 (build 082)
Via Rhine II Fast Ethernet Adaptor v2.14




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