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68</chapter> 68</chapter>
69 69
70<chapter> 70<chapter>
71<title>Software Installation And Configuration</title> 71<title>Software Installation And Configuration</title>
72<section> 72<section>
73<title>The Reverse ARP Daemon</title> 73<title>The Reverse ARP Daemon</title>
74<body> 74<body>
75 75
76 76
77<p> 77<p>
78Currently, there are two choices for a reverse ARP daemon. They are 78Currently, there are two choices for a reverse ARP daemon. They are
79net-misc/iputils (installed as part of the system profile) and net-misc/rarpd. 79net-misc/iputils (installed as part of the system profile) and net-misc/rarpd.
80</p> 80</p>
81 81
82<note> 82<note>
83nstalling net-misc/rarpd will overwrite the rarpd and rarpd manpage from 83Installing net-misc/rarpd will overwrite the rarpd and rarpd manpage from
84net-misc/iputils 84net-misc/iputils
85</note> 85</note>
86 86
87<p> 87<p>
88<b>Setting up common rarpd elements</b>: <path>/etc/ethers</path> 88<b>Setting up common rarpd elements</b>: <path>/etc/ethers</path>
89</p> 89</p>
90 90
91<p> 91<p>
92No matter which rarpd you choose to use, you will need to setup the 92No matter which rarpd you choose to use, you will need to setup the
93<path>/etc/ethers</path> file. This file indicates which hosts rarpd should 93<path>/etc/ethers</path> file. This file indicates which hosts rarpd should
94respond to when a request is seen, and what address to reply with. 94respond to when a request is seen, and what address to reply with.
95</p> 95</p>
96 96
97<p> 97<p>
98The format of <path>/etc/ethers</path> is MAC address of the NIC the machine 98The format of <path>/etc/ethers</path> is MAC address of the NIC the machine

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