Hex to ASCII converter for PXE option 43?
jhellenthal at dataix.net
Fri May 1 22:32:52 UTC 2015
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echo "56656e646f72205370656369666963204f7074696f6e2034330a" |xxd -r -p
Not natively available on FreeBSD but its bound to be installed with something to do with linux and is natively available on Mac OS X.
On May 1, 2015, at 17:13, Doug Barton <dougb at dougbarton.email> wrote:
Does anyone know of a hex to ASCII converter that can handle PXE client option 43s as input? The ones I've found on line so far all try to do a character-by-character conversion of the string, which fails.
Alternatively, does anyone have a good reference for how to build the option 43, so that I can reverse engineer it?
What I want to do is take some existing DHCP data and convert option 60/43 pairs into proper vendor profiles. I can do that in my sleep for WAPs, phones, etc., but this PXE stuff is giving me a headache. :-/
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