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ISIBOOTD(8) BSD System Manager's Manual ISIBOOTD(8)
isibootd -- TRFS based network boot server
isibootd [-d tracelevel] [-i interface] [-s directory]
The isibootd command is a server which supports OMRON LUNA's network boot protocol based on
the Transparent Remote File System (TRFS) protocol. The TRFS protocol uses special Ethernet
type packets and works within a local network.
isibootd is a simple TRFS server that only supports client reads for booting and exports
files in a specified directory. isibootd accepts requests only from clients listed in the
/etc/ethers and have valid hostnames.
The options are as follows:
Run isibootd in debug mode with specified tracelevel. The tracelevel can be
value 1, 2, or 3, and greater tracelevel provides more detailed trace output.
The server will not fork in the debug mode.
Specify a network interface to service network boot. If not specified isibootd
searches available network interfaces (excluding loopback) and use the first
configured ``up'' one.
Specify a directory containing boot files to be served by isibootd. If not
specified isibootd uses /tftpboot by default.
ethers(5), hosts(5), tftpd(8)
isibootd is based on isiboot utility which was originally written by Tohru Nishimura for
NetBSD/luna68k development, and first appeared in NetBSD 6.0.
BSD December 15, 2011 BSD
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