[K12OSN] LTS problem

Terrell Prude', Jr. microman at cmosnetworks.com
Fri Apr 2 02:24:55 UTC 2004

I do it exactly this way.  In my case, the DHCP server is a Cisco 
router, and info on this is in the K12OSN mailing list archives.  Have a 


Brandon Kovach wrote:

> I have installed the latest K12 software on a machine.  I only have 
> one NIC in the machine and I want client machines to use DHCP and get 
> IP addresses from a different machine than the LTS machine.  I read 
> the FAQ and entered the lines about server name and Ip and filename in 
> the the DHCP.conf file for one machine.  I know that machine is 
> getting an IP addy, but it gives a 'file not found' message.  Any help?
> BK
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