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iPXE function
2018-11-28, 16:12
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RE: iPXE function
(2018-11-14 02:30)corigins Wrote:  
(2018-11-13 11:25)NiKiZe Wrote:  You will always need a dhcp service that you can control for full PXE deployments.

This is the PXE mod I was hoping to use on my NAS.
http://www.thecus.com/sp_app_intro.php?APP_ID=357
If I've misread the mod's requirements for a dedicated DHCP server then I stand corrected.

Yes you can run a DHCP on the NAS instead (which it seems to do)
I have not read more then just the first part of the description, so I can be wrong on the details.
But enabling DHCP with correct settings on your NAS and then disable the DHCP service on your router should work just great.
Then there is also proxy-dhcp which can work together with an authoritive DHCP service - but that isn't what I would recommend for a first test configuration.

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iPXE function - corigins - 2018-11-09, 08:37
RE: iPXE function - NiKiZe - 2018-11-10, 09:09
RE: iPXE function - corigins - 2018-11-12, 06:50
RE: iPXE function - NiKiZe - 2018-11-13, 01:30
RE: iPXE function - corigins - 2018-11-13, 09:30
RE: iPXE function - NiKiZe - 2018-11-13, 11:25
RE: iPXE function - corigins - 2018-11-14, 02:30
RE: iPXE function - NiKiZe - 2018-11-28 16:12



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