evo ti nekih osnova...
kad podeshish u biosu da laptop zove mrezu kao uredjaj za boot, najednostavije je da sa druge strane bude samo jedna comp koji je naravno uvezan sa cross kablom.
e sada, stvar je u tom drugom kompu gde morash da postavish neki program koji radi boot rachunaru - bootp.
ima vishe solucija. na dve'iljadarci imash RIS (remote installation server), koji se instalira po defoultu pa mozesh da prchkash malo po njemu.
ako hochesh josh komplikovanije, ali univerzalnije onda prochitaj ovo http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;142857
, pa onda evo ti ovi uputi:
Modifying the Startup Disk for Network Interface Cards
Modifying the Startup Disk for network interface cards (NIC) requires installing the appropriate MS-DOS driver and editing two system files.
•Install an NDIS2-compatible MS-DOS driver for the NIC. These are usually included with the floppy disk supplied by the manufacturer with their drivers. If no drivers are available, download the appropriate driver from the manufacturer's Web site.
Appropriate drivers for the Microsoft Network Client for MS-DOS will always have a .dos extension. For example, the driver for Intel's EtherExpress Pro/10 EISA is: Epro.dos
This driver should be placed in the Net directory on the computer (C:\Net, unless named differently) or on the MS-DOS startup disk (A:\Net).
•Modify the System.ini file. The NIC driver needs to be referenced in the System.ini file. This entry is found in the [network drivers] section, as illustrated below:
For "netcard=," replace the current driver with the file name of the NDIS2-compatible driver placed in the Net directory (for example, Epro.dos).
•Modify the Protocol.ini file. The NIC driver needs to be referenced in the Protocol.ini file. This entry is found in the [ms$ driver_name] section (the driver name will reflect what was originally chosen in the Network Installation Startup Disk process), as shown below:
For "drivername=," replace the driver listed with the file name of the NDIS2-compatible driver; use a dollar sign ($) to replace the .dos file extension (for example, EPRO$).
Note: Do not change the header (for example, [ms$elnkii] in the example above); the header is a pointer throughout the .ini file.
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Additional TCP/IP Settings for the Microsoft Network Client for MS-DOS
Specifying WINS Servers
If your Microsoft Network Client for MS-DOS uses DHCP (the default setting for MS-DOS TCP/IP), it will automatically receive the address for the Windows Internet Naming Service (WINS) server. If you want to statically configure your WINS server IP address, you must edit the client's Protocol.ini file and add the IP address to the [TCPIP] section.
For example, if you have two WINS servers available, add them into the [TCPIP] section as shown in the example below. Note that there are no dots (.) in the IP addresses.
WINS_SERVER0 = 11 101 13 53
WINS_SERVER1 = 11 101 12 198
Name queries will be sent to the WINS servers in the order in which they appear in the .ini file. The ipconfig command may show a different order of WINS servers (or even different WINS servers altogether) —these are the WINS server names sent by DHCP, and the Protocol.ini settings override them.
Logging On with TCP/IP Across a Router
If the domain controller is across a router from the Microsoft Network Client for MS-DOS computer, you must add a line to the client's LMHOSTS file (located in the Net directory — if there is no LMHOSTS file, you need to create one) for logons to be validated. The line has the following format:
is the IP address of the domain controller.
•SRV_NAME is the NetBIOS name of the domain controller.
•DOM_NAME is the name of the domain.
You must also ensure that the domain controller can contact the Microsoft Network Client for MS-DOS using one of the following methods:
•Enter the client's IP address and name in the domain controller's LMHOSTS file.
•Register the client with a WINS server that is accessible by the domain controller (placing a static entry in WINS for the Microsoft Network Client for MS-DOS).
dalje ti je najbolje da sam ispitujesh. stvar je u principu jednostavna.
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