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how to add additional network card using PROM ?

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how can I add addition network card using OBP and then do a network boot ?
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simply power off the system, add the card, power on then from ok prompt run

boot net
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if I have to network card then how it will recognize from which to boot.
I want to make right one default bootable net device.. how to do that ?
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Do you have more than one boot server on your networks? If not then boot net will boot from that one.
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typo

if I have *two* network card then how it will recognize from which to boot.
I want to make right one default bootable net device.. how to do that ?
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I think it does that one by one.
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