|BOOTPTAB(5)||File Formats Manual||BOOTPTAB(5)|
Internet Bootstrap Protocol server database
The file /etc/bootptab contains a list of host entries used by bootpd (see bootpd(8)) to associate a hardware address with a particular IP address.
bootptab file contains two sections.
The two sections are separated by a single line containing just
"%%". The first section is ignored. The second section contains
host entries, one host per line. The format of the line is:
hostname hwtype hwaddr ipaddr bootfile
Here is an example /etc/bootptab:
# # bootptab example # %% # machine entries have the following format: # # hostname hwtype hwaddr ipaddr bootfile client1 1 00:01:02:03:04:05 10.0.0.20 boot0 client2 1 00:a0:b2:ef:ff:0a 10.0.0.20 boot
|September 7, 2006||Mac OS X|