[ILUG] DHCP on home LAN?
chris.higgins at darach.ie
Tue Nov 9 11:39:43 GMT 2004
On Tue, 9 Nov 2004 11:27:17 -0000 (GMT)
"Conor Wynne" <weeboy at conorwynne.com> wrote:
> All this talk of dhcpd on a HAN made me configure it last night for my
> three home machines.
> I now have three reservations as per MAC address, and dyndns.
> I've never configured tfpt, but will give it a go later on.
> Any recomendations?
Am... why ?
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I'm guessing you mean - tftp ( trivial file transfer protocol )... but the question still stands ?
why ? if you don't have anything network booting you don't need it ( unless you have a couple
of routers and you want to save copies of the config / OS to a server )
If you are going for tftp - then use atftpd rather than tftpd ( it's multi-threaded, and supports
multiple simultaneous uploads/downloads at a time - rather than some older tftpd processes
which were single threaded and barfed at multiple connections. )
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