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I have a RIS server installed on my LAN.
whenever I do anetwork boot, I am bale to get the client installtion wizard on the client machine.

Now I have setup another RIS server and authorized it in DHCP.

But whenever I try to boot from the network, the request always goes to the first RIS server.

I want that the request should go to the newly installed RIS server.

In short I am trying to install multiple RIS servers and want the client machine to load the OS from the RIS server which, I as an administrator, prefers it should load the OS from.

Is there any way of having a choice menu of RIS servers, from which I would be able to ask the client machine to log into, during a network boot?

Thanks and Regards.
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