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Posted on 2011-03-24
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I am trying to boot  a PC over a network to connect to our  Ghost server.

Initially I tried botting to the server while on the same switch and VLAN, no problem connecting there.  I then tried booting from a differnt location on our network on a seperate VLAN. This time I reciieved the error message:
PXE-E79: NBP is too big to fit in free base memory

I have options 66 and 67 in DHCP configured correctly. I belive It has something to do with the ghost program loding over differnt VLANS.

Any help would be greatly appreciated and I can answer any questions you may need to reslove this issue.

Thanks

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I guess you need to enable helper-address command with ghost ip address on each vlan..
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