Old 26th July 2006, 17:22
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Default dhcpd.conf configuration

I am trying to configure my dhcpd.conf file to handle assigning multiple systems ip address' dynamically but i would like each system to mount a different root path. For example:

I want one system to connect with an ip of and then mount /usr/local/boot1

and then if another system connects with an ip of i would like it to mount /usr/local/boot2.

I also do not want to use any hardware ethernet recognition simply assigning dynamic ip addresses.

Below is simply a sample code of our actual config file:

subnet subnet mask
option root-path "/usr/local/boot1";

Does anyone know how I would go about doing so?
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Old 27th July 2006, 14:39
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