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Replacing gPXE with iPXE on HP NC375i
2017-07-08, 10:53 (This post was last modified: 2018-07-10 19:19 by NiKiZe.)
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Replacing gPXE with iPXE on HP NC375i
The HP NC375i is a Qlogic card which comes with gPXE as the PXE stack.

Does anyone have any experience of replacing gPXE with iPXE on this card ?

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2017-07-18, 16:24
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RE: Working around gPXE
If it is an official HP nic, maybe they can provide support and/or tools to do this. If you get any info please post back here.

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2017-07-18, 16:28
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RE: Working around gPXE
Hmm so quick google tells us that it is integrated NIC and gPXE is in the BIOS firmware
Found this post about an update:
http://h20564.www2.hpe.com/hpsc/doc/publ...id=4142916

It might be possible to modify the image - but not recommended and often takes more work then it is worth.

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2017-07-21, 08:40
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RE: Working around gPXE
I'm quite aware that replacing gPXE with iPXE on this NIC could be "complex" :-) which is why I asked if anyone had _experience_ of going this.
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2018-07-10, 07:56
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A little help
The HP NC375i is a Qlogic card which comes with gPXE as the PXE stack.

Does anyone have any experience of replacing gPXE with iPXE on this card ?

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