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Section - -21- How can I boot my machine using a server on the other side of a router?

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Date: 24 Jan 1994 00:00:01 EST

  Tell the router to forward BOOTP packets. If it can't, NFS-mount the
  remote volumes on another machine on the same subnet and use the
  nearby machine for your boot server.

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