[Dnsmasq-discuss] BOOTP and NFS Root Server (for LTSP)
rhaurison2 at gmail.com
Wed Sep 26 03:06:47 BST 2007
I had tried this option..
At station the root server still appears as 192.168.57.1 (dnsmasq server)
and root path (just PATH) as "192.168.57.252/opt/ltsp/ubuntu_6.10_i386/"
The correct should be root server as 192.168.57.252 and root path just
I have looked into source code of dnsmasq and I haven't founded option to
send root server's IP.
Is there an option to set the default IP that dnsmasq send (if not
specified) to another IP not his self (got by /lan/) ?
2007/9/24, Simon Kelley <simon at thekelleys.org.uk>:
> Rhaurison Bergamin wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > I'm trying to use dnsmasq as dhcp server for a network with LTSP;
> > Then I need to use pxeboot of course, and it's working fine (pxeboot),
> > the problem is when the station tries to mount nfs root;
> > The message in the station is that dnsmasq is sending as rootserver his
> > self IP
> > Let me try to explain:
> > DNSMASQ Server IP: 192.168.57.1 <http://192.168.57.1/>
> > NFS Root Server IP: 192.168.57.252 <http://192.168.57.252/>
> It's difficult to answer this question without knowing what you're
> booting, and what parameters it expects, where but assuming the
> root-path value eventually ends up in the command=line of a Linux kernel
> > dhcp-option=17,"/opt/ltsp/ubuntu_6.10_i386/"
> into somthing like
> might work.
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