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When I connect my computer Thinclient he cannot start by PXE. The customer does not receive the IP from the DHCP server settings.


1. when I connect the computer Thinclient to a consumer, pass a connect that consumer switch to my PowerConnect network works fine.

2. when I connect an ordinary PC (Windows) it gets the IP via DHCP settings

What can cause this kind of problem?

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