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DHCP Option(s) 66 and 67 on ASUS Router?

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Posted · Original PosterOP

I'm trying to find a way to set my home network up to allow for PXE boot, but am trying to do so without the need for additional DHCP aside from my router.


The router is an ASUS GT-AC5300 so I know I'm able to use CLI via PuTTy. I'm just not overly familiar with the CLI environment of the router.


Pretty sure the only thing I need to be able to do is have DHCP define Options 66/67 to make this work the way I'm wanting.


Any help would be appreciated.

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Thanks for the reply. That's mostly what I had figured. I know the RT-AC5300 has open source firmware, but I'm not sure how open the firmware is on the GT-AC5300. I've used PuTTY for a couple permissions settings for USB drive access, but that's about it. Was hoping someone might be a bit more familiar with modifying the firmware through CLI. Anyhow, thanks again.

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