[K12OSN] Re: DHCP and PXE with two different Class of IP address
bert.rolston at clear.net.nz
Tue Dec 12 11:06:00 UTC 2006
Thanks for the heads up.
To the best of my knowledge they aren't doing this. The site isn't that
Which is a good argument for a Linux DHCP server.
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> From: "Luke Maslany" <l.maslany at coventry.ac.uk>
> Subject: RE: [K12OSN] DHCP and PXE with two different Class of IP
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> One quick thought regarding the use of a Windows DHCP Server - if they
> use RIS, or the newer WDS, for deploying Windows Images to PCs then you
> will find that the DHCP options on the Windows Server are already taken.
> If I've got this wrong I am happy to be corrected as this is the largest
> stumbling block on LTSP integration on a Windows Domain that I've
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