Tagged with DHCP

Preboot Execution Environment (PXE)

The Preboot eXecution Environment (PXE, also known as Pre-Execution Environment; sometimes pronounced “pixie”) is an environment to boot computers using a network interface independently of data storage devices (like hard disks) or installed operating systems. PXE was introduced as part of the Wired for Management framework by Intel and is described in the specification (version 2.1) published by Intel and Systemsoft on September 20, 1999. It makes use of several network protocols like Internet Protocol (IPv4), User … Continue reading

Configuring a routed connection

To configure a routed connection to the Internet for a small office or home office (SOHO) network, the following are configured: The server running Routing and Remote Access. Other computers on the SOHO network. Configuring the server running Routing and Remote Access to act as a router To configure the server running Routing and Remote … Continue reading

Todo a cerca de DHCP [SP]

El Protocolo de configuración dinámica del host (DHCP) es el sucesor del BOOTP. A diferencia del BOOTP, el DHCP permite que el host obtenga la dirección IP de forma dinámica sin que el administrador de red tenga que configurar un perfil individual para cada dispositivo. Lo único que se requiere para utilizar el DHCP es … Continue reading