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I have a RIS server with DHCP, I can get/release and renew IP address
If I use XP through a CISCO 2900 switch.
But I can NOT get IP address if I boot from PXE NIC card through switch.
If I by pass CISCO switch use cross calbe, I can get IP address, and PXE works fine.
Is CISCO switch have compatible problem with Compaq machine with Intel
PXE NIC?
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Try setting the span tree portfast on the port.  That might make a difference.
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by:litchn
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The portfast recommendation helped a great deal.  I've been trying to get PXE to work in a Cisco 2950-3750 environment.  Oddly some NICs did operate while others timed out.  We new hardware at the layer 1 must be involved when we inadvertently discovered that by placing a hub between the pc and the switch solved the problem.  By then enabling portfast on all client ports, PXE started functioning correctly throughout our entire facility.
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