Post by Marco La Port » Sat, 23 Mar 1996 04:00:00

I need help to configure a gateway bootp host.
I would to permit that client in a subnet could make remote diskless
boot with a server in another subnet. So I would configure the gateway
from these subnets as a "bootP" gateway.
How can I do it ?

Any help would be appreciated.



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