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How to boot from LAN

Posted on 2003-10-28
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Hello, I interest thing like booting from lan. The clients computer have only HDD installed and network adapter. I know in bios could set boot device like LAN.
To what computer should be connected, to boot from it. What type of servers should be used, that services boot. This computer has AWARD bios (new 2003 year) and 3com pci netwrok adapter.

Could anybody give me some sample what and how should be configured, to get some computer boot from LAN!!!!!
Please Help Me...!

Thanks a lot in advance!
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Read this link. It might do what you need.

http://netboot.sourceforge.net/english/index.shtml

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