Configure DD-WRT Router DHCP with PXE Support

Overview

This tutorial will explain how to add PXE support to your DD-WRT DHCP Service.

“DD-WRT is a Linux based alternative Open-Source firmware suitable for a great variety of WLAN routers and embedded systems.
The main emphasis lies on providing the easiest possible handling while at the same time supporting a great number of functionality within the framework of the respective hardware platform used.”

With DD-WRT you can turn you simple router into a very powerful device.
While there are many uses to DD-WRT we will explain how to add PXE support to the DHCP service:

  1. Login to your DD-WRT Web Admin
  2. Click Services
  3. DNSMasq Settings:
    • DNSMasq = Enabled
    • Local DNS = Enabled-Disabled – Optional
    • No DNS Rebind = Enabled
    • Additional DNSMasq Options = dhcp-boot=PXE-BOOTSTRAPFILE,PXE-SERVERNAME,PXE-SERVERIP

    DD-WRT

  4. Save and Apply

One thought on “Configure DD-WRT Router DHCP with PXE Support

  1. tp-link

    While you are altering the software program in a
    property router including tp-link, you will need a technique to upload the software program towards the tp-link router.

    Using manufacturing plant computer software just like dd-wrt,
    the manufacturer commonly provides a method if you are currently
    running okayed software. You have a internet browser connected to this tp-link router to
    help publish through TFTP server brand-new, authorized application right usual place.

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