I need to run bootpd on El Capitan and configure it to use a different gateway and modify the pool range by altering file /etc/bootpd.plist However on El Capitan it seems that bootpd while present is ...
I'm trying to configure the dhcpd.conf file so that when I boot through the network using PXE / BOOTP, a bare metal server or a virtual machine (KVM) would get an IP address in the 10.0.2.100 to 10.0....
I have a TI am335x which I am trying to get to network boot. I'm using bootpd on Ubuntu 14.04. The BOOTP packet does not contain a "client hostname" (option 12?), so there's nothing I can specify for ...
I have a Juniper Stack that connects vlans 10,11 and 50. 10 is servers, 11 is desktops and 50 management. Bootp is redirecting DHCP requests to a AD box on 10.x just fine for 50 vlan, and worked well ...