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Re: how to assign boot file for DHCP server



I've not set up a PXE setup, myself, so I'm not 100% on this, but you 
might need to enable tftp and put the necessary files in /tftpboot.

On Mon, 15 Mar 2004, myothello myothello wrote:

> I had setup a DHCP server successfully.  I can use a
> PXE network card at client to get the IP address.  But
> it cannot get the file to boot.  I created a netboot
> file called bootImage using mknbi-dos, not sure can be
> use. And where can I store it such that client can
> pick it up.  And where can I set the path for the
> client to pick it up from the server?
> 
> Thanks.
> 
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