SUMMARY;Bootserver on Multiple Subnets

From: Bob Reardon (bobr@houston.nam.SLB.COM)
Date: Tue Feb 23 1993 - 15:45:43 CST

Original question:
  Can a single boot server provide service to two separate subnets?

  Yes, this can be done and several who responded are already doing
  it successfully. Most suggest that you be very cautious in
  configuring the interfaces, setting up automounter, and
  editing fstab and /etc/bootparams files. Hal Stern's advice is
  to be sure you run rarpd on each interface over which you will
  be booting clients.

Thanks for responses from the following people and from others that
  may have been omitted --

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