Currently, my m0n0wall (s) run version 1.32 on Watchguard X1000 hardware -
quite slick if you ask me.
While building a Linux Terminal Server (LTPS 5, specifically), I need to be
able to define more than just the next-server parameter (192.168.1.15) and
the filename (/pxelinux.0) I also need to define the DHCP option root-path,
option root-path "192.168..15:/opt/ltsp/i386";
See, the K12Linux (https://fedorahosted.org/k12linux/wiki/LiveServer) I am
using for this project provides DHCP as well as TFTP, and I have this
functionality already existing on my network. DHCP is provided by the
default gateway (m0n0wall) and TFTP is provided on a separate server than
the LTSP server.
Technically, I could turn off DHCP on the m0n0wall and use the LTSP 5
server's DHCP (setting it appropriately for my lan of course) however that
only addresses the primary site where the LTSP server is - by using DHCP in
the m0n0walls, other sites that won't have a local LTSP server will be able
to see this one.
Is there a way of adding other parameters like this to the DHCP
functionality of m0n0wall?
Thanks in advance!
Woodbridge Data LLC