Subject: The next step in netbooting
To: None <port-sun3@NetBSD.ORG>
From: Jeremy D. Worrells - 4097358 <>
List: port-sun3
Date: 05/27/1997 11:37:28

As you have seen, I have solved my last problem. Now, I have a new one. The
machine gets the bootparams from my server (JOY!) but then falls down again.

Here's what I get:

Boot: le(0,0,0) -s
Using IP address = CD8E7C5A
Booting from tftp server at = CD8E7CD3
Downloaded 14336 bytes from tftp server.

>>NetBSD netboot [$Revision: 1.5 $]
Using IP address = CD8E7C5A
boot: client addr:
boot: client name: goofert
boot: subnet mask:
boot: net gateway:
boot: server path: /usr/export/root
arp: no response for

Abort at 00240038

I it looks like the net gateway is improperly set.  But, where does that info
come from? I would assume that it comes from the netboot program, but that
is not configurable.

What do you guys think?
Jeremy Worrells                 Undergraduate - Computer Science           National University