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It depends on what you use to parse it, one can argue that it is completely valid to leave out prefix zeroes, and that is what we do most of the time because there is no definition of how many digits there should be. However if we skip over the part about if this is being invalid and why or not and instead ask "How do I get this in desired format" ...


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The problem lies in the use of the hardware filter. The documentation states that: The hardware operator returns a data string whose first element is the type of network interface indicated in packet being considered, and whose subsequent elements are client's link-layer address. If there is no packet, or if the RFC2131 hlen field is invalid, then the ...


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From any traffic-generator create an ethernet IPv4-DHCP message type53 with 04 for Decline and 06 bytes for NAK


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This is due to how iPXE works. There is a few different ways around this. One answer can be seen at https://serverfault.com/a/1069487/187998 where iPXE is built with some features disabled/enabled to allow for grub to find it's place in the world. Another is to use some hacks via for example wimboot, to provide grub with a virtual filesystem that grub can ...


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Your 2 ranges are in the same scope Add them into separate pools to have separate configurations: filename "undionly.kpxe"; pool { range 10.10.2.52 10.10.2.211; if ((exists user-class) and (option user-class = "iPXE")) { filename "https://10.10.2.13:6501/vmw/rbd/tramp"; } } pool { range 10.10.2.212 10.10.3.117; ...


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