Re: HP 712/60
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- Subject: Re: HP 712/60
- From: Andrew Shugg <email@example.com>
- Date: Mon, 1 Sep 2003 13:18:42 +0800
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Larry Crouch said:
> I'm still trying to get this HP 712/60 to boot Debian from a Windows
> I thought the HP was downloading because there is a lot of activity on the
> network hub.
> After running TDImon (sysinternals.com) I discovered that the HP and my SNTP
> service are playing ping pong. Over 20,000 packets in 5 minutes.
> Anyone hear of an rboot service for windows. *Apparently* the HP will not
> boot from a bootp/dhcp service.
This might sound silly, but try shutting down your SNTP service manually
before booting the 712. I think the 712 is trying to sync its onboard
clock before proceeding with the bootp query, and not understanding what
your Windows server is telling it.
Andrew Shugg <email@example.com> http://www.neep.com.au/
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