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Old 08-17-2006, 02:25 PM   #1
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PXE/Boot Server with Static IP clients


Hello forum,

I searched on internet and tried a few things but without any luck.
What I am tring to achieve is the following:

10 servers located in Greece
30 servers located in UK
3 servers located in Netherlands

All of them are connected with KVM over IP with static IP's.
I want one server which is hosted in Greece, to act as a PXE/BOOT server.
Is there a way to install that PXE/BOOT server and setup somehow on it only static IPs (from these 3 countries/servers) in order to be able to re-install remotely via KVM over IP for example a Debian on the UK or Netherlands servers?

Any helpful links or advise is more than welcome.

Thanks in advance
 
  


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