This is a server for the bootp protocol; which allows network administrator
to setup networking information for clients via an /etc/bootptab on a server
so that the clients can automatically get their networking information. While
this server includes rudimentary DHCP support as well, we suggest using the
dhcp package if you need DHCP support, as it is much more complete.
bootp for Debian
bootp is no longer maintained actively upstream. It is recommended for you to
use the dhcp package if at all possible.
$Id: README.Debian,v 1.1 1999/02/06 07:11:19 herbert Exp $
This is an enhanced version of the CMU BOOTP server which was derived
from the original BOOTP server created by Bill Croft at Stanford.
This version merges all the enhancements and bug-fixes from the
NetBSD, Columbia, and other versions.
Please direct questions, comments, and bug reports to the list:
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bootptab - Internet Bootstrap Protocol server database
The bootptab file is the configuration database file for
bootpd, the Internet Bootstrap Protocol server. It's format
is similar to that of termcap(5) in which two-character case-
sensitive tag symbols are used to
BOOTPD(8) Carnegie Mellon University BOOTPD(8)
bootpef - BOOTP
bootptest - send
bootp (2.4.3-3) frozen unstable; urgency=low
* Use int32_t/u_int32_t instead of locally defined i
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