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thumbaijram
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PXE 2.1 SDK??

Hi,

Is PXE-SDK open source? Where i can find it? Can someone povide me the web-link for download?

Thanks
Jram
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Lance_A_Intel
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Quoting - thumbaijram
Hi,

Is PXE-SDK open source? Where i can find it? Can someone povide me the web-link for download?

Thanks
Jram

Hi Jram,
I'm not familiar with that SDK.
I did a quick search and couldn't find it. It may no longer be available.

I will ask around and let you know what I find.
Lance_A_Intel
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Hi Jram,
I'm not familiar with that SDK.
I did a quick search and couldn't find it. It may no longer be available.

I will ask around and let you know what I find.

As I suspected, this SDK is obsolete and is no longer available.
Sounds like it has not been available for years.
thumbaijram
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As I suspected, this SDK is obsolete and is no longer available.
Sounds like it has not been available for years.

Thanks Lance Atencio, for your information.

To enable network booting in legacy environment still most of platforms are using PXE (PXE-BC & PXE-UNDI) Expansion ROMs. So whenever new platforms come up, it has its Pxe Option Rom to add network boot functionality. So still most of places it(PXE SDK) is being used to devlope the same. Kindly correct me if i'm wrong.

Thanks again for your time
Jram
Lance_A_Intel
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Quoting - thumbaijram

Thanks Lance Atencio, for your information.

To enable network booting in legacy environment still most of platforms are using PXE (PXE-BC & PXE-UNDI) Expansion ROMs. So whenever new platforms come up, it has its Pxe Option Rom to add network boot functionality. So still most of places it(PXE SDK) is being used to devlope the same. Kindly correct me if i'm wrong.

Thanks again for your time
Jram

Hi Jram,
I believe new development must either be done based on previous code or from the specification, which is available here.

I'm sorry our forum doesn't have better info on this. We are mainly focused on Intel AMT development.
thumbaijram
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Hi Jram,
I believe new development must either be done based on previous code or from the specification, which is available here.

I'm sorry our forum doesn't have better info on this. We are mainly focused on Intel AMT development.

Thanks a lot for this info, Lance Atencio.
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