Johan Bergquist wrote:
>The point being is that I want to use a bootp and boot Terminal Services
>over VPN/IPSEC... Or any other system for that matter.
>We have a few costumers that is using our Terminal Servers and I would like
>to minimize the impact on us when a user downloads something and craps out
>the whole system... Does anyone think that this is doable?
I'm kinda jumping in the middle here, but... you don't need to use DHCP
relay in order to do a BOOTP boot. AFAIK, as long as the local (as in
the remote LAN) DHCP server passes a BOOTP server address the client
should be able to boot from it, regardless of whether or not it's on the
same network. I think it would be great if m0n0wall had a DHCP relay
agent, lots of other firewalls have that feature and I find that it
greatly simplifies DHCP management when you have multiple remote
networks using DHCP.