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This is a form to allow you to enter in your unique network information to provide an example dhcpd.conf entry for a single Network Booting Mac.

Data conversion functions (strings to hex, decimal to hex, etc.) provided here by Andru Luvisi. HTML, integration of functions, protocol analysis, hypothisis, and presentation provided by ME.

This is very beta.It would be a good idea to stick with the defaults and only change what you need...

Description Data
Unique Identifier for this host (IE:Name in DNS) :
Client HW Address:
Client IP: . . .
BootROM File(TFTP):
TFTP Server IP: . . .
Server Version:(TFTP):
AFPIP Server IP(Boot HD Image): . . .
AFPIP Server IP Port *
AFPIP Server Volume Name(Boot HD Image):
AFPIP Server Directory(Boot HD Image):
AFPIP Server File(Boot HD Image):
AFPIP Server IP(Applications HD Image): . . .
AFPIP Server IP Port *
AFPIP Server Volume Name(Applications HD Image):
AFPIP Server Directory(Applications HD Image):
AFPIP Server File(Applications HD Image):
AFPIP Server IP(Client's own HD Image): . . .
AFPIP Server IP Port *
AFPIP Server Volume Name(Client's own HD Image):
AFPIP Server Directory(Client's own HD Image):
Machine Name Directory(AFP):
AFPIP Server File(Client's own HD Image):
Submit button:
*Thanks to Harry Johnston for pointing out to me 2:24 was the default ASIP port number, 548d. which allowed me to allow this option to be added to these forms.

[Designed for use with LYNX!]

[Simple Network Analysis for Mac OS X Net Boot Server]
[ DHCP v 2.0 ]

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