I found this tutorial about Netboot PXE Booting a Laptop
. I built a floppy disk using a packet driver for 3com 509B TPO and still not boot.
My floopy boot info on screen:
Netboot V0.9.8, Copyright (C) 1995-2003 G. Kuhlmann
BIOS options: none
Packet driver for a 3c509, version 11.2
Portions Copyright 1992, Crynwr Software
Packet driver skeleton copyright 1988-93, Crynwr Software.
This program is freely copyable; source must be available; NO WARRANTY.
See the file COPYING.DOC for details; send FAX to +1-315-268-9201 for a copy.
Packet driver interrupt is 0x62 (98)
Interrupt number 0xA (10)
I/O port 0x300 (768)
Using Twisted Pair (10BaseT) transceiver
ID port 0x110 (272)
My Ethernet address is 00:60:08:76:D8:A2
Found packet driver at int 62, irq 0A
BOOTP: Sending request (press ESC to abort): .........
Bootrom error: PXE-41
Network boot failed
On website of Netboot
writes that supports PXE:
Netboot is open source software licensed by the GNU GPL, and contains all necessary tools including a PXE compliant bootrom.
BOOT-PROM by Dirk also use BOOTP protocol and working OK with Tiny PXE Server, need only set boot file to bpmenu