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Title : TFTP Server Address DHCP Option
Author(s) : R. Johnson
Filename : draft-raj-dhc-tftp-addr-option-02.txt
Pages : 10
Date : 2007-5-9
This memo defines a new DHCP option for passing the TFTP Server IP
address information between the DHCP client and the DHCP server. The
option number currently in use is 150. This memo documents the
current usage of the option in agreement with  , which declares
that any pre-existing usages of option numbers in the range 128 - 223
should be documented and the working group will try to officially
assign those numbers to those options.
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