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Re: [K12OSN] LTSP server with 3 NICs?



I guess my question then becomes -- how do I perform a TFTP test?

With respect to the idea of testing if there are any IPTABLES rules in
the way -- I know there is a way to flush the iptables rules and allow
everything to pass through, but I'm weary of doing that because I'm
worried they'll be gone and I can't get them back.  Is there a way to
temporarily turn them off?

Thank you once again for all the help.
Joseph

2008/12/21 "Terrell Prudé Jr." <microman cmosnetworks com>:
> Excellent question.  One test would be to try TFTP'ing a file from a thick
> client on 192.168.0.0 and then trying the same thing from 192.168.4.0.
>
> Just occurred to me--check to see if there are any IPTABLES rules that might
> be getting in the way.
>
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> Almquist Burke wrote:
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> On Dec 20, 2008, at 7:34 PM, Joseph Bishay wrote:
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> Hello,
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> Sorry I wasn't able to try this earlier in the day.
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> I did as you said and I was able to get DHCPD to start successfully!
>
> I rebooted a thin client, and it is able to see itself, the DHCP
> server, the TFTP and the gateway.  It does hang at " Loading
> 192.168.4.254:/lts/vmlinuz.ltsp"
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> Is tftpd answering requests on the 192,168.4 subnet?
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