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gsoc [2013/03/24 17:28]
mcb30
gsoc [2018/07/05 21:34]
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 ===== ProxyDHCP server ===== ===== ProxyDHCP server =====
  
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 PXE clients such as iPXE require configuration options such as the boot filename. ​ This information is typically provided by a DHCP server. PXE clients such as iPXE require configuration options such as the boot filename. ​ This information is typically provided by a DHCP server.
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   * Your name and as many contact routes as possible (e-mail address, phone number, IRC nickname, etc.)   * Your name and as many contact routes as possible (e-mail address, phone number, IRC nickname, etc.)
   * A brief outline of what you would like to implement, including some realistic goals for each week of the project. ​ Try to think in terms of measurable milestones. ​ For example, if you are implementing a new network driver, then some sensible milestones might be:   * A brief outline of what you would like to implement, including some realistic goals for each week of the project. ​ Try to think in terms of measurable milestones. ​ For example, if you are implementing a new network driver, then some sensible milestones might be:
-    * Week 1: ability to read MAC address from the NIC, verified by displaying the MAC address using the ''​[[:​cmd:​ifstat]]''​ command"+    * Week 1: ability to read MAC address from the NIC, verified by displaying the MAC address using the ''​[[:​cmd:​ifstat]]''​ command
     * Week 2: ability to transmit a packet, verified by using the ''​[[:​cmd:​dhcp]]''​ command, [[:​howto:​pcap|capturing]] the transmitted packet, and using [[http://​www.wireshark.org/​|Wireshark]] to observe the transmitted DHCP packet     * Week 2: ability to transmit a packet, verified by using the ''​[[:​cmd:​dhcp]]''​ command, [[:​howto:​pcap|capturing]] the transmitted packet, and using [[http://​www.wireshark.org/​|Wireshark]] to observe the transmitted DHCP packet
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