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Offline Zendrael

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Re: Absolute Minimum Netbooting problems
« Reply #60 on: September 11, 2013, 05:06:19 AM »
Everybody that helped, thank you very much!

As the objective of the topic was to get the clients booting up and loading the NFS share on the server and now it is working, will mark this topic as solved!

Thank you again!

The Core community is really helpful and all the team is great!

Offline genec

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Re: Absolute Minimum Netbooting problems
« Reply #61 on: September 12, 2013, 04:56:32 PM »
I'm used to build LTSP servers with Ubuntu and Debian, LAMP servers and File Servers for small business.

Maybe you are right, I should not be build servers as I'm more a programmer than a Network Adm... But, well, I'll keep trying!

There's nothing necessarily wrong with building the servers however I'd agree that you should drop them behind a consumer-class DSL/Cable router until you learn how to appropriately build a proper system in a lab (including routing rules, possibly NAT rules, firewall rules, hardening/updates).  For any publicly-exposed servers, firewall rules and hardening/updates are still necessary.