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revised “Modular” deployment tool for Windows 7?
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comment PXE boot a VMware guest by specifying the IP configuration in the guest's boot options. No DHCP available
I'm referring to the same document you quoted; the difference between you and I is that I know the content of the document and the surrounding ecosystem; you do not. Instead of getting upset just read the documents and and please stop saying things like i.e. PXE is DHCP...
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comment PXE boot a VMware guest by specifying the IP configuration in the guest's boot options. No DHCP available
You are wrong... PXE IT IS an industry standard, Intel is highly involved but is not the only company. A PXE server is not a DHCP server responding on port 4011; you can perfectly have PXE services without any traffic on port 4011. only proxyDHCP services uses port 4011. You are mixing all the concept because you do not know the protocols. I encourage you (again) please read the standards.
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answered Cobbler/TFTP: No filename or root path specified, but why?
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comment PXE boot a VMware guest by specifying the IP configuration in the guest's boot options. No DHCP available
your concepts are not really correct. DHCP is an RFC standard, PXE is an industry standard, proxyDHCP is a protocol defined within the PXE standard. Then PXE, DHCP, and proxyDHCP are not the same. Serva is a DHCP server, a proxyDHCP, a PXE server, an HTTP Server, etc etc. The OP wants to PXE boot without DHCP services what is not possible; this answer gives him an alternative for using PXE w/o touching his already in place DHCP infrastructure. This solution DOES NOT require 2 DHCP servers. I encourage you to read the standards. I do not have any agenda.
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answered PXE boot a VMware guest by specifying the IP configuration in the guest's boot options. No DHCP available
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answered SuperMicro X9SRE only boots UEFI Debian 8.1 when “forced”
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comment iked mutex lock issue
The first link is yours but the second one (debian bug) is not; right? You should add your link to your question and I'll erase it from my answer
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answered How do i keep ISC-DHCPD from offering different IPs when there is two requests from the same MAC
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comment SLES 11 SP3 with Bootable Driver Kit - unable to fetch image error
1) Wireshark captures should've been full if not we do not know i.e. what TFTP requests were denied. 2) Now PXE works and you nun into an "after first boot" error that haven't been fixed by HP. 3) probably you should clean up your question...
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comment SLES 11 SP3 with Bootable Driver Kit - unable to fetch image error
you uploaded partial captures showing no more than TFTP requests.. well there's no much info there. The only thing I can see is that SP2 uses lilo while SP3 uses grub...
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comment SLES 11 SP3 with Bootable Driver Kit - unable to fetch image error
you should've saved the captures as pcap files and upload the those files somewhere...