Hm... I was reading through the changelog, but must have missed this
I'm curious: why not use the internal DHCP server if I'm doing a little
PXE at home? I could, of course, run DHCP on my tftp/PXE server... but I'd
rather use m0n0's DHCP if I can. is PXE a really abnormal use case? I find
it quite useful at home, but I could be in the minority.
As a hidden option, does this mean that I would need to just write it into
the XML config directly to enable it?
On Thu, 30 Sep 2004, Manuel Kasper wrote:
> On 29.09.2004 23:22 -0700, Matt C wrote:
> > I just finished testing a simple patch I built to add PXE server
> > support to the DHCP server on m0n0wall-1.1. This trivial patch
> > adds next-server and filename params to the DHCP zones in
> > dhcpd.conf.
> > I'd love to see it (in some form) in future versions if possible.
> > It's useful to me to support diskless linux hosts here at home.
> This is already in 1.2b1 as a hidden option (see the changelog). It
> won't appear in the webGUI because I believe that people who run PXE
> should not use the built-in DHCP server.
> - Manuel