Bootp/DHCP on windows NT 3.51 Server

Bootp/DHCP on windows NT 3.51 Server

Post by D. R. Admiraa » Sat, 27 Jul 1996 04:00:00



How do i boot network connected printers from my NT server. I used to use
bootp on
UNIX. I don't want variable ip adresses. Do i need DHCP or is there a
bootp service
available ????????????

Dennis.
Siemens, The Netherlands

 
 
 

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Hi,
1.   I was wondering if I can use my Windows NT DHCP server to  
     service my BOOTP client ?

2.   Does Windows NT advanced NT server supply a TFTP server.

3.   If a BOOTP client does not know its IP address, is it      
     possible for DHCP servers on remote subnets to be able to          
     service it.i.e Will the BOOTP relay agents forward
     (route) limited broadcasts made by the DHCP server to
     the BOOTP client.

Thanks in advance

Venky

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