[K12OSN] k12 over a network
"Terrell Prudé, Jr."
microman at cmosnetworks.com
Sat Jan 15 01:40:40 UTC 2005
Jordan Hutchings wrote:
> I'm currently running into a problem with the option
> broadcast-address. The current situation is that we are running our
> server in a classroom and then a client in another classroom. The
> problem is that the server and client must communicate using the
> school's prebuilt windows network. Is there a possible solution to
> this or do we have to run the client and server on a seperate
> switch/series of hubs than the main school server?
This question has been addressed in this forum many times. I'm in the
same situation; on my network, the K12LTSP server, running Samba, is
also a file server for the Windows boxes. It is easy to set this up.
What you want on your K12LTSP server is a "single-NIC" install. Look up
the thread "LTSP on same network as Windows", for messages dated August
21, 2004, for how to do this. It's a snap.
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