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Setup the UEFI PXE IPv4/IPv6 via the method of HTTP from TFTP

Well, it’s time to post a rubbish. I have posted the article about creating the UEFI PXE server included the part of IPv6, but there is the method of tftp with the original network OpROM. We neeed to add or modify some settings for the configuration of dhcpd or another, and record the important steps with this page. Let’s keep reading:

1) Edit the dhcpd.conf for the HTTP over IPv4

2) Edit the dhcpd6.conf for the HTTP over IPv6

3) Copy the bootfile into the link following the above definition (You can change with Shellx64.efi)
#cp -rf /var/lib/tftpboot/BOOTX64.efi /var/ftp/

◎、Above context is about setup the UEFI IPv4/IPv6 via the method of HTTP from TFTP, and you can google it if want to know more info. That’s all for today, and hope this article is helpful for you. See you next time!

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