[TriLUG] Assigining an IP address to a print server using ARP in
chad.thomsen at gmail.com
Thu Apr 27 08:05:52 EDT 2006
Yes. Never had to do use RARP so I kind of forgot about RARP. So is it
possible to use some sort of shell command to pull this off, or do I have to
setup an RARP server? I have never attempted anything like this. Worked
with bootp, dhcp and static ip address assigment for years but never come
accross an instance such as this.
On 4/27/06, Jason <jason at monsterjam.org> wrote:
> On Thu, Apr 27, 2006 at 07:49:18AM -0400, Chad Thomsen wrote:
> > I have an old Axis print server I use for a line pritner here at work.
> > Issue is it won't respond to the Axis IP wizard software. I ran a
> > sniffer and the print server is sending arp, NetBIOS and Appletalk
> > out so I know it is some what functional. I did a little googling and
> > a strange instance of somebody commuting and assigning it an IP address
> > a similar device using ARP.
> I believe you mean assigning it an address with RARP?
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