[Dnsmasq-discuss] client-specific prefix possible on tftp-dir?
simon at thekelleys.org.uk
Fri Oct 11 14:35:20 BST 2013
On 11/10/13 14:31, Oliver Rath wrote:
> Hi list,
> is it possible to generate any client-specific prefix (mac, ip, etc.)?
> client with mac 00-01-12-23-34-45 calls for a file dir.cfg, so he should get
> Any hints?
> I didnt found any recent in the net. tFH!
From the manpage:
Add the IP address of the TFTP client as a path component on the
end of the TFTP-root (in standard dotted-quad format). Only valid
if a tftp-root is set and the directory exists. For
instance, if tftp-root is "/tftp" and client 22.214.171.124
requests file "myfile" then the effective path will be
"/tftp/126.96.36.199/myfile" if /tftp/188.8.131.52 exists or /tftp/myfile
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