BOOTP (Bootstrap Protocol)

BOOTP (Bootstrap Protocol) is the successor of RARP (Reverse ARP) and the predecessor of DHCP. RARP is a link layer protocol and the problem of RARP is that you can’t route these packets. You need a RARP server on every subnet. BOOTP uses the UDP transport protocol and rides on top of IP so it […]

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