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Old 01-09-2009, 08:51 AM   #1
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How do I bind tftp server to different interface on RHEL 5u1


Hello all,

How do I get my tftp server to bind to a different interface to that of the default eth0?

Running RHEL 5u1.

Cheers
Simon
 
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Hello all,

How do I get my tftp server to bind to a different interface to that of the default eth0?

Running RHEL 5u1.

Cheers
Simon
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