Subject: RE: troubles netbooting a slab
To: Vladimir Sironja <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: David Brownlee <email@example.com>
Date: 04/28/2000 11:16:58
OK, thats another small issue with using linux as a bootserver :)
Could someone take a look at
and submit any suggested changes to better help people in future?
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On Fri, 28 Apr 2000, Vladimir Sironja wrote:
> No. We re talking about linux as bootpd host.
> I think the arp cache is updated as You say but the entry is only complete
> (C) and not permanent (M). C-entries are checked for every once in a while
> (often), M-entries not.
> (dont know if this arp behaviour is specified)
> > rarpd should plus in an arp cache entry when it responds to a
> > rarp request. Hmm - Is the original poster using NetBSD as the
> > boot server?
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