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Annotation of src/etc/bootptab, Revision 1.4

1.4     ! mrg         1: #      $NetBSD: bootptab,v 1.3 1996/05/08 17:19:22 thorpej Exp $
1.3       thorpej     2: #
1.1       glass       3: # /etc/bootptab: database for bootp server (/etc/bootpd)
                      4: # Last update Mon 11/7/88 18:03
                      5: # Blank lines and lines beginning with '#' are ignored.
                      6: #
                      7: # Legend:
                      8: #
                      9: #      first field -- hostname
                     10: #                      (may be full domain name and probably should be)
                     11: #
1.2       pk         12: #            bf   Bootfile
                     13: #            bs   Bootfile size in 512-octet blocks
                     14: #            cs   Cookie server address list
                     15: #            df   Merit dump file
                     16: #            dn   Domain name
                     17: #            ds   Domain name server address list
                     18: #            ef   Extension file
                     19: #            gw   Gateway address list
                     20: #            ha   Host hardware address
                     21: #            hd   Bootfile home directory
                     22: #            hn   Send client's hostname to client
                     23: #            ht   Host hardware type (see Assigned Numbers RFC)
                     24: #            im   Impress server address list
                     25: #            ip   Host IP address
                     26: #            lg   Log server address list
                     27: #            lp   LPR server address list
                     28: #            ns   IEN-116 name server address list
                     29: #            nt   NTP (time) Server (RFC 1129)
                     30: #            ra   Reply address override
                     31: #            rl   Resource location protocol server address list
                     32: #            rp   Root path to mount as root
                     33: #            sa   TFTP server address client should use
                     34: #            sm   Host subnet mask
                     35: #            sw   Swap server address
                     36: #            tc   Table continuation (points to similar "template" host entry)
                     37: #            td   TFTP root directory used by "secure" TFTP servers
                     38: #            to   Time offset in seconds from UTC
                     39: #            ts   Time server address list
                     40: #            vm   Vendor magic cookie selector
                     41: #            yd   YP (NIS) domain name
                     42: #            ys   YP (NIS) server address
1.1       glass      43:
                     44: #
                     45: # Be careful about including backslashes where they're needed.  Weird (bad)
                     46: # things can happen when a backslash is omitted where one is intended.
                     47: #
                     48:
                     49:
                     50: # First, we define a global entry which specifies the stuff every host uses.
                     51:
1.4     ! mrg        52: #global.dummy:\
        !            53: #        :sm=255.255.255.0:\
        !            54: #        :hd=/home/nfsclient:bf=null:\
        !            55: #        :ds=128.32.149.141:\
        !            56: #        :ns=0x80020b4d 0x80020ffd:\
        !            57: #        :ts=0x80020b4d 0x80020ffd:\
        !            58: #        :to=18000:
1.1       glass      59:
                     60: # Next, we can define different master entries for each subnet. . .
                     61:
                     62: #subnet13.dummy:\
                     63: #      :tc=global.dummy:gw=128.2.13.1:
                     64: #
                     65: #
                     66: # We should be able to use as many levels of indirection as desired.  Use
                     67: # your imagination. . .
                     68: #
                     69:
                     70:
                     71: # Individual entries (could also have different servers for some/all of these
                     72: # hosts, but we don't really use this feature at CMU):
                     73:
                     74: #carnegie:tc=subnet13.dummy:ht=ieee802:ha=7FF8100000AF:ip=128.2.11.1:
                     75: #baldwin:tc=subnet19.dummy:ht=ethernet:ha=0800200159C3:ip=128.2.11.10:
                     76:
                     77:
                     78: #example nfs diskless client
                     79:
                     80: #timesink:hd=/home/nfsclient/timesink:\
                     81: #      tc=subnet149.dummy:ht=ethernet:ha=0800200168A7:ip=128.32.149.20:

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