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Old 02-12-2009, 06:01 PM   #1
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I know bootp is seriously obsolete, but I have a digi etherlite 160 serial concentrator that relies on bootp or rarp to get an IP address. I am hoping to do this using slackware 12.2, I have tried a few things I read online. I will paste configuration files:


00:a0:e7:23:56:86 digi
Code: digi
I run bootpd and rarpd and plug in the concentrator, i am unable to ping Does anybody know how to set up a bootp server to give an ip address to a terminal server? Thanks
Old 02-16-2009, 03:56 AM   #2
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I use bootp for PXE booting...

The \ after the -18000 looks wrong but I guess it depends on your bootp server.

What does the bootp log file say? Is it getting a request? Does it reply?


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